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15 Jun 2009  |  North America
Preparing for an Aging Society: Challenges Faced by Healthcare System in European Union, Japan, and United States
Globally, nations are experiencing a decline in population growth rate accompanied by fall in mortality rate, increase in life expectancy and improvement in health condition. However, these trends have resulted in an increase in percent of aged people in the total population or an Aging Society. The segment gives an overview of the common demogra...
10 Jun 2009  |  North America
Expiring patents on revenue generating drugs, competition from generic drugs and increasing research and development cost, is forcing pharmaceutical manufacturers to often outsource drug discovery processes. Over the years pharmaceutical outsourcing has moved up the value chain from non core functions to even core functions. The segment gives an ov...
29 Jan 2010  |  North America
Amid Stimulus Measures to Bolster the Emerging Economies - What Challenges and Opportunities Lie for the Healthcare Industry?
Though most countries were affected by the current economic slowdown, the impact varied from country to country. The article looks into the affect of slowdown in six emerging countries, namely Brazil, Russia, China, India, Mexico and Poland and covers the highlights of economic stimulus measures adopted by these countries. The article also provides...
14 Jun 2010  |  North America
The global economic slowdown affected almost every nation across the globe, though, the impact varied from country to country. The article discusses the healthcare system, current healthcare related issues and recent health sector initiatives in five developed nations, namely the United States, Japan, Germany, France and United Kingdom. In addition...
20 Sep 2012  |  North America
The U.S. Debt Downgrade and GCC Currencies: Is the Exchange Rate Peg to the U.S. Dollar Sustainable?
The United States is a major security and military partner of the GCC. Between 2000 and 2010, the diversification trends among the GCC economies helped to promote bilateral trade with the United States in areas such as crude oil and natural gas production, exploration, construction, and financial services. The long-term cyclical correlation between...
15 Apr 2009  |  North America
The notion of carbon trading has gained importance since the Kyoto Protocol came into existence in 2005 mandating lower emissions from developed nations. Carbon has therefore become a tradable commodity under the emissions trading mechanism and is used as a credit which can be bought and sold in the carbon markets worldwide. In the wake of the curr...
31 Jan 2001  |  North America
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