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Country Industry Forecast- Social and Infrastructure Analysis for the Russian Healthcare Industry

 

  • Research Code : 4H82-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : HC00182-EU-DE_03093
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  • Release Date : 11-Dec-2008
  • Region : Europe
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The health condition of the people is declining in Russia. Excessive drinking, smoking, lack exercise and unhealthy eating habits have resulted in a rise in lifestyle diseases and other non-communicable diseases. The country has one of the highest mortality rate in the world. The life expectancy in the country is one of the lowest and life expectancy gender gap one of the highest in the world. This ailing health condition gives significant growth potential to the healthcare industry in Russia. The Country Industry Forecast gives an in depth analysis of the Russian social environment and its impact on the healthcare industry. It will also highlight the growth areas for the industry participants.

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