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CHA Healthcare Singapore, an international subsidiary of South Korean comprehensive healthcare group CHA Health Systems, is to increase its stake in Singapore Medical Group.
Singapore-based Temasek Holdings has taken a minority stake in Chennai-based eyecare hospital chain Dr Agarwal’s Healthcare for 2.7 billion rupees ($38 million).
India’s Ministry of Tourism says it aims to increase the country’s medical tourism by 200% to be worth $9 billion by next year and that it will try to make it easier for patients to enter India for medical reasons.
FLC Group has begun building a 3.72 trillion dong ($160.3 million) international hospital.
South Korea’s first for-profit hospital – the Greenland International Medical Center – has filed a lawsuit against the Jeju special self-governing provincial government for restricting its medical services to foreign patients.
The Economic Times reports today that private equity firm Blackstone is looking to invest around 3,200 crore rupees ($500 million) to help Ranjan Pai of the Manipal Group acquire Naresh Trehan’s Medanta Hospital for 6,000 crore rupees.
New Delhi based Oxxy Healthcare has appointed its co-founder Sheetal Kapoor as its new chief executive.
Australia’s second-largest health insurance provider Medibank has announced net profit after tax of A$290.4 million for the first half of fiscal year 2019, ending 31 December 2018.
Wavelength International, Australia’s largest medical recruitment agency, has acquired healthcare leadership executive search firm Ccentric Group
Canada's Premier Health, a company focused on developing innovative approaches that combine human skill-based expertise with emerging technologies for the healthcare industry, has entered into a strategic partnership with China's 360 Health, a healthcare subsidiary of 360 Security Technology.
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