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Producers Of Innovative Drugs, Medical Devices Slated To Gain From China's Drive To Expand Hospitals, Insurance Coverage In 2011

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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BEIJING - Developers of innovative drugs and biopharmaceuticals, along with medical device makers, could all benefit as China's government steps up plans to expand health insurance coverage and rural medical facilities across the nation in 2011, according to a prominent analyst who monitors the Chinese healthcare system and reforms

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