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17 Dec 2010  |  Africa
Economic 360 for South Africa : Growth Prospects and Emerging Opportunities in the Healthcare Industry
South Africa is a democratic republic with a stable political system. The economic environment is forecast to remain stable, with policy focus on employment creation through growth and stability. The healthcare industry faces daunting challenges, with severe infrastructure and skills shortages in the public sector. These shortages create market opp...
20 Apr 2011  |  Asia Pacific
Economic 360 for Russia: Growth Prospects and Emerging Opportunities in the Russian Healthcare Industry
Russia is commonly accepted as the one of the most promising markets in the region. The Russian economy has overcame the latest global crisis and currently is facing revival. The various reforms launched by the Government aim at improving economic performance, business climate, law regulations and tighten cooperation with the developed countries. I...
01 Mar 2011  |  Africa
Egypt is a democratic country witnessing political uncertainties. Economic growth was adversely affected during recession due to its high dependence on trade with the United States and European Union. Stimulus measures and new reforms have helped the economy rebound. The healthcare industry in Egypt is dominated by the public sector with a small an...
22 Jun 2011  |  Asia Pacific
China has been the fastest growing economy, expanding at 10.0 percent annually, driven by exports and investment. High priority is given to transform economic structure from export driven to consumption driven economy during the 12th five year plan period. The HC industry has emerged as driver of economic growth supported by government initiatives ...
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26 Jun 2012  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Economic 360 for Saudi Arabia: Growth Prospects and Emerging Opportunities in the Healthcare Industry
Increased Private Participation to Drive the Growth of Saudi Arabia's Healthcare Industry
The Ministry of Health is responsible for the management of the healthcare delivery system, and oversees the provision of preventive, rehabilitative, and curative healthcare services in Saudi Arabia. The government is expected to encourage private-sector participation in the delivery of healthcare services between 2012 and 2015. Healthcare informa...
16 Mar 2012  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
The UAE Emerging as a Hub for Healthcare Services in the Middle East
The UAE's healthcare industry is expected to witness strong growth, due to factors such as strong government support, rising population, and increasing incidence of non-communicable diseases. In addition, higher participation of private participants in the healthcare industry has resulted in improved healthcare infrastructure as well as insurance p...
13 Sep 2012  |  Asia Pacific
Government Initiatives Acting as a Powerful Drug for the Ailing Healthcare Industry
Indonesia, one of the largest markets for healthcare in Southeast Asia, has participants from both the public and private sectors. In order to boost the medical services in the country, the Government is encouraging private investors, including foreign companies, to play a more active role in the healthcare industry. It has increased the foreign di...
04 Dec 2012  |  Asia Pacific
Healthcare Industry: Becoming the Lifeline of Malaysia's Economy
Malaysia is a Federal Parliamentary Democracy with a Constitutional Monarch and has a stable political system. The economic environment is upbeat and the economy has registered good growth rates, averaging 6.2 percent over 2010 and 2011. The healthcare industry, heavily driven by the public sector, represents one of the most efficient industries in...
08 May 2002  |  North America
This report highlights the importance of country-specific factors on the healthcare industry in the United States from 1995 to 2005. Trends for the political climate, business policy, and macroeconomic indicators for the U.S. economy are analyzed, and their impact is assessed on the key parameters of the healthcare industry and its major segments t...
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05 Jun 2002  |  Asia Pacific
This report highlights the importance of country-specific factors on the healthcare industry in Japan from 1996 to 2006. Trends for the political climate, business policies, and macroeconomic indicators for the Japanese economy are analyzed, and their impact is assessed on the key parameters of the healthcare industry and its major segments to plot...
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