Sonova will continue trading with Russia

While other hearing firms Demant and GN Hearing have stopped all trade with Russia, the world’s biggest hearing aid manufacturer, Swiss Sonova, has decided to continue some activities in the country, though it is suspending sales from its consumer division.

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Unlike fellow hearing firms, GN Hearing and Demant, the world’s biggest hearing aid manufacturer, Swiss Sonova, has no plans to cease all trading with Russia following its invasion of neighboring country Ukraine, the company has informed MedWatch.

On Wednesday, GN Hearing announced that all product deliveries to Russia had been discontinued and trade suspended until further notice.

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