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WTO and China's Health Care System
Mei-Ling Wang, Shuo Zhang, Xiaowan Wang
Tuesday, May 01, 2007
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The rapid social and economic changes in China have brought about unprecedented challenges and opportunities to international stakeholders. This book provides valuable information about the key sectors of China's health care system after its entrance into WTO, including the pharmaceutical industry, health insurance services, and hospitals and related health service provision in terms of policies, legal framework and market potential. It offers a critical analysis from a multi-disciplinary perspective of the impact of WTO and globalization on China's health care system.
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