China’s Next Premier Sees Expanded Health Care As Key Reform Dividend
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Listening to doctors and other medical providers can unveil efficiencies needed to stretch public health care funds, creating a virtuous cycle that demonstrates the value of economic reforms, China’s next premier Li Keqiang says.
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