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  1. 16 cities picked for health care trials

    Posted Feb 24th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... health care reform. The long-awaited list includes Shanghai, Shenzhen, Zhenjiang, and Anshan in Liaoning. Several cities, such as Shanghai, and Wuhu in Anhui, had already started public hospital ... the guideline stated. People have long felt the burden of unaffordable health care, especially expensive drugs, surgical procedures and tests, but hospital chiefs said they had no alternative. ...

  2. Areas of co-operation

    Posted Oct 28th 2003, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... in Shanghai Education, sport and health Encourage more academic exchanges Encourage Hong Kong investors to take part in health-care and sport joint ventures Financial services Encourage exchanges ... Kong companies to participate in planning, design, construction, operation and management of Expo venues Introduce Hong Kong professional services such as advertising, public relations, ...

  3. China to be world's biggest carmaker by 2020

    Posted Dec 10th 2003, 12:00am by Mark O'Neill

    ... in health-care costs and lost productivity from those too ill to work. They also failed to calculate the cost of building roads, parking spaces and other infrastructure to accommodate such a dramatic ... worsening congestion and rising oil imports. Zhang Xiaoyu, chairman of the China Society of Automotive Engineers, said mainland production would reach 12 million vehicles in 2020, ranking it second ...

  4. Business - China Business - LISTINGS

    IPO hopeful's business is built on a dead certainty: hundreds of millions of Chinese will die one day

    Posted Dec 03rd 2013, 01:57pm by George Chen

    ... force and ballooning costs for health care and retirement benefits. However, to death care specialists like Fu Shou Yuan, the more people die, the bigger the market for their services. ... this Christmas, a mainland firm in the “death care” business aims to go public in the city, offering investors the gift of a rare opportunity to make some quick cash, bankers say. Shanghai-based Fu Shou ...

  5. A growing concern

    Posted Sep 17th 2007, 12:00am by Jane Moir

    ... cent of all health-care spending on the mainland, with the public paying the remaining 62 per cent out of their own pockets. 'The [health] system is already being fully used, it's ... with our health-care system,' he said. Professor Wu, also director of the Centre for Evidence-based Medicine at Peking University's Health Science Centre, cited a rise in obesity-related ...

  6. Business - China Business - MR. SHANGKONG

    For many, having an extra child just brings on labour

    Posted Nov 18th 2013, 05:25am by George Chen

    ... in Shanghai widely reported that to raise a child from birth to adulthood would cost parents several million yuan in living expenses, education, clothing, health care and so on. Many young people joke ... week. Why? Well, it comes down to those familiar issues of money and power. Today's China might be richer than ever, but the gap between the haves and have-nots is at its peak, too. ...

  7. letters

    Posted Dec 17th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... cover health care reform, the administration and allocation of resources for public health services, and the quality of private medical services. Medical blunders occur when any of these factors ... drops were located near schools. We could return our books on the way to school, during lunch break, or after school. As my nearest public library closes quite early, often I cannot get ...

  8. Foreign investment in Shanghai rises 26pc

    Posted Nov 07th 2003, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... The city has some of the best health care in the country, but patients complain of long waits and poor service. Officials say allowing more private and foreign clinics will help offer better ... opening after China's entry to the World Trade Organisation, poured funds into Shanghai. In comparison, the city's contracted foreign investment soared 40 per cent to US$6.1 billion ...

  9. 22m people too much of a burden for Shanghai

    Posted Mar 18th 2006, 12:00am by Bill Savadove

    ... Migrant workers are often denied basic services like health care and education for their children, although Shanghai has set up special schools for them. Shanghai is also faced with a rapidly ... policy research and co-ordination work. 'The large migrant population has given the city's management of society and public services great pressure,' the commission said ...

  10. German firm taps mainland market for rich retirement

    Posted Jun 08th 2006, 12:00am by Mark O'Neill

    ... a wide range of health care. The first phase, with 500 beds, 21 outpatient centres and four medical technology centres, is to be finished by the end of 2008. Of the staff, about 30 per cent ... in the Shanghai International Medical Zone in Nanhui, a southwestern suburb of the city that aims to become an Asian medical centre by 2015. 'Shanghai has the oldest population in China,' Mr ...




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