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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. H...

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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 expectan...

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The Russian healthcare industry has been experiencing robust growth, driven by governments initiative to open up the economy and reform the healthcare system. The Russian constitution has been providing all citizens, right to free healthcare under Mandatory Health Insurance since 1996. The Russian government is currently working on health policy d...

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Hungary is one of the fastest growing economy in the Eastern European region. The inherent potential of the country to be a good investment avenue for the semiconductors industry participants is highlighted in the study. This service gives an insight into the key political,policy and regulatory changes having an impact on the growth prospects of t...

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Poland is the largest economy in the Eastern European region. Improving business climate, availability of skilled labor force and increasing domestic demand are some of factors contributed to increased investment in the manufacturing sector.The inherent potential of the country to be an investment destination for the semiconductors industry partici...

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The Russian economy is dominated by a dynamic energy profile comprising of huge reserves of oil, gas and coal. The various reforms and privatisation in these sectors have accelerated the generation and distribution of energy. The main highlight is Russia's focus on the nuclear power expansion which has led to the birth of a large number of power r...

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The United Kingdom aerospace industry is currently the second largest in the world, with a turnover in 2005 representing 13 percent of the worldwide aerospace market. The global defense market continues to be an important driver of the UK aerospace sector. The industry is, to an increasing extent, export-oriented. Governmental policies like smart ...

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The health condition of people in the United Kingdom has been improving since the last decade and almost all the commonly used healthcare indicators such as life expectancy, infant mortality rate, and death rate show a sign of improvement. This improvement may be attributed to the countrys economic and social transformation, up gradation of the st...

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Polish energy profile is dominated by coal as it has huge coal reserves; however it is still not sufficient to satisfy the countrys energy demand. Economic stability, environmental quality, and resource sustainability are shifting Polish consumption trends toward natural gas and renewables. The Polish energy infrastructure is old and is ineffectiv...

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The U.K. healthcare industry is growing at an annual rate of 10.0 percent. The pharmaceuticals segment is the third most profitable economic activity in the country, after tourism and finance. The exports of pharmaceutical products have been increasing continuously since last ten years. In 2004, 18.0 percent of the worlds top 100 prescription drug...

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