Indonesia Lays Out Budget Plan Of $4.2 Billion As It Gears Up For Phased Launch Of Universal Health Care Insurance
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Indonesia’s planned health ministry budget of $4.2 billion was deemed too small by the Indonesian Medical Association, but companies domestically and abroad are building up distribution networks ahead of universal health care launch in the world’s fourth most populous nation.
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