Medical Device Makers Claim $20B Tax Will Hurt Jobs

Law360, New York (March 26, 2012, 9:38 PM EDT) -- A medical device tax due to be implemented next year — aiming to pull in roughly $20 billion through 2019 — could cause a yearly $3 billion industry decline claiming nearly 39,000 jobs, device makers trade group AdvaMed said based on a study it released Monday.

The tax — a provision of the Affordable Care Act and which AdvaMed said was estimated to cost the industry roughly $3 billion a year over the next seven years — could result in an $8 billion loss in economic...
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