China, India To Propel Emerging Market Private Healthcare Surge
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
The private healthcare segment in emerging markets (EMs) is forecast to reach $795bn in 2020, nearly twice the size it was in 2013, with hospitals - the largest segment of healthcare spending - being the biggest beneficiary of this trend, according to a new report.
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