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Country Industry Forecast - Social and Infrastructure Analysis of Chinese Healthcare Industry

 

  • Research Code : 4H03-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : HC00169-AP-DE_03059
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  • Release Date : 27-Feb-2007
  • Region : Asia Pacific
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The health condition of the Chinese is showing signs of improvement, mostly in the urban areas due to the preventive healthcare programs and initiatives taken by the government to make basic healthcare accessible to all people. However, certain life threatening diseases such as AIDS, TB, cardiovascular diseases, and lifestyle related diseases continue to pose a threat for the country. Chinas fast ageing population is expected to result in a drastic rise in demand for healthcare services over the next two decades. The country industry forecast gives an indepth analysis of the dynamic Chinese social environment and its impact on its healthcare industry.

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