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This research service analyses the political and policy aspects of the Indian Healthcare Industry. It assesses how the present and future political environment is expected to influence its development. Trends in policy developments are identified and analyzed for their impact on the industry for the period 2000-2005. Macroeconomic policies and indu...

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The Chinese healthcare industry has been one of the fastest growing healthcare industries in the world. It is expected to become the fifth largest in the world by the year 2010. The growth of this industry is mainly driven by the governments continuous efforts to simplify the regulatory procedures, enhance trade relations, and attract foreign enti...

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After the Asian economic crisis in 1997, the South Korean healthcare industry underwent a phase of overhauling with government initiatives such as the introduction of health insurance and others.These initiatives by the government were aimed at bringing down the costs and increase the competitiveness of the healthcare industry through series of hea...

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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 conti...

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In 2005, the Chinese healthcare industry was the seventh largest in the world and is expected to become the fifth by the year 2010. The industry has been one of the fastest growing industrial segments in the domestic economy. The industrys rapid growth is mainly due to the opening of the economy to foreign investors. Additionally, after the WTO ac...

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Strong economic growth and increasing public healthcare expenditure has contributed to the growth of healthcare industry in South Korea. The Government is currently focusing on upgrading the healthcare centres, increase the number of healthcare facilities and training programs for doctors. These are expected to result in increased coverage of heal...

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Key healthcare indicators such as life expectancy, infant mortality rate have shown signs of improvement. The standard and quality of healthcare services have improved and become more accessible for patients. The Government has initiated healthcare programs called telemedicine and e-Health in an attempt to develop the country's healthcare infrastru...

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The Japanese healthcare industry is the second largest in the world after the United States, and account for 10.0 percent of the worlds market. The success of this industry has been mainly due to the Japanese Governments supportive role through favorable polices and funds.The Japanese drug market is opening up for foreign investors with the separ...

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After the fall of Japans economy in the late 90s, the country experienced stagnation for a long time. However, its economy began to revive since 2003. In 2007, it had the worlds second-largest economy after the United States. In 2007, the country continued to experience economic growth, though at a sluggish rate. The strong economic growth in the...

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Japans healthcare system is currently at a major turning point. The country has been providing universal healthcare services for more than forty years now. The country has the highest life expectancy and lowest infant mortality in the world. However, with the aging of the population accompanied by falling birth rate, bearing the financial burden o...

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