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China Signals Need For Private Investment To Support Its Healthcare Reforms; Private Insurance Options Likely To Widen

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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SHANGHAI - China recently lifted a ban on foreign investment in medical institutes to support its $124 billion healthcare reforms and the establishment of wholly foreign-owned hospitals and clinics. The move by the Chinese government is being read as a signal that China may open more of the country's healthcare industry to foreign investment

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