ZVA, the German optical retailers' association, has taken exception to...

ZVA, the German optical retailers' association, has taken exception to a draft proposal that would limit the reimbursements granted by the federal government's health insurance on expenses endured for serious eye problems and for children under the age of 18. Such a proposal would reduce the government's expenditures for optical ...

You need to register to continue reading this article

Already subscribe to Eyewear intelligence? Sign in here

Register to continue reading

By registering today you will have access to:

  • 3 industry news articles per month

For full access and to receive in-depth news, analysis and more, become a member today

For more content and resources become a member? View our membership packages.