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Hope & Unease in China's Medical Electronics Market

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t.alex
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Re: China medical market
t.alex   11/17/2012 1:33:31 AM
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Barbara I think you have a good point here. I believe in China the traditional medicine and traditional method of curing people sill play an important part. How would medical electronics help in these cases ?

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China medical market
Barbara Jorgensen   11/16/2012 9:59:42 AM
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Hi Jenn: Interesting contrast to the McKinsey report cited by Anna, which is a little less optimisitc. I definitely think there has got to be a massive demand for medical and electronics coming out of China, but I'd be curious who is buying the equipment (the government? hospitals/doctors?) China's healthcare practices are different from ours, and I wonder if some of these reports measure the opportunity by our standards.



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