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Indian healthcare platform Practo enters Malaysia

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28-Oct-15 A month after launching in Indonesia, Practo, a healthcare platform headquartered in India, has entered the Malaysian market, with products available for both doctors and patients to use. Doctors across more than 350 clinics and 500 doctors listed in Kuala Lumpur are listed on the platform. [image: Notey]

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Health care spending on the rise in Myanmar

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27-Oct-15 MMK757 bn (USD592 mn) has been allocated for health spending in Myanmar this fiscal year, a 7% increase. The funds will be earmarked for the purchase of advanced medical equipment, and free medical treatment for government employees. The government has also committed to training 5,600 clinicians and 1,300 nurses to help to bridge the shortage of medical professionals. [image: Myanmar Business Today]

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GE to pump up to USD1 bn into Indonesia

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27-Oct-15 GE will align with Indonesia's objective of providing universal healthcare by supporting the expansion of the country's primary healthcare ecosystem, including the development of up to 100 primary care clinics through technology and training innovations. Given the importance of healthcare for the country, GE relocated the headquarters of its healthcare business in ASEAN to Jakarta earlier this year. [image: GE]

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UK and China agree GBP2 bn healthcare deals

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21-Oct-15 With a population of more than one billion and a rapidly developing economy, China is set to become the world’s fastest growing healthcare market. Today’s £2 billion trade package for UK exports in research, hospital construction, training, diagnostics and drug discovery shows the huge potential of UK/Chinese Life Science trade. [image: GOV.UK]

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SK Telecom enters China's lucrative market

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24-Oct-15 SK Telecom has signed an MoU with the Wuxi city in China, to open a healthcare center in Wuxi Xinqu Hospital, a major hospital in Wuxi. The new clinical services in Wuxi are intended to serve as a stepping stone for SK to ignite its ICT-based health care business in China. [image: Korea Times]

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