Operation China

Tan, Jessica; Wei, Qu
February 2008
Forbes Asia;2/11/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p40
The article deals with efforts to address the growing demand for quality private health care in China from the growing community of expats and the rising middle-class all over the country. It is estimated that some $60 billion from various sources is poised to invest in China's health care sector. Singapore's Parkway Health paid $42 million for a 60% stake in World Link--a network of medical and dental centers headquartered in Shanghai--and also opened its Shanghai Gleneagles Medical & Surgical Center.


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