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Country Industry Forecast- Economic Analysis for the Russian Healthcare Industry

 

  • Research Code : 4H81-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : HC00181-EU-DE_03092
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  • Release Date : 15-Sep-2009
  • Region : Europe
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Between 2003-2008 Russia witnessed robust economic growth, attributed mainly to strong Ruble and high oil prices in the international market. The growth was also supported by surge in domestic demand and increased investment in the country. All this had a positive impact on the healthcare industry which experienced strong growth over these years. However, in 2009, the domestic and global slowdown began to affect the healthcare industry as well. There was a drastic increase in the prices of drugs. The Country Industry Forecast gives an in depth analysis of how Russia's recent changes in the economic environment have affected the Healthcare Industry and created opportunities for it.

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