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The reality behind China’s healthcare prescription
China’s plan to provide universal health care is an essential element in its broader policy of economic rebalancing in order to boost domestic demand and lessen export dependency. Since its launch in 2009 the programme has met some of its official goals and has been bolstered by significant shifts in central government funding policies. Healthcare sector stocks have soared as a result, particularly in expectation of greatly increased demand for pharmaceuticals and medical equipment....