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Asia-Pacific Healthcare Investment Solid Despite Global Worries

Executive Summary

Solid fundamentals in the Asia-Pacific healthcare market are continuing to attract significant investment and M&A activity with no signs of a slowdown, despite fears over China’s economic growth and negative factors in the wider global economy. Medtech, digital health and health services are all set to benefit, experts say.

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