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Singapore-based OUE Lippo Healthcare is developing a hospital in Shenzhen, along with China Merchants Group, a corporation owned by the Chinese government.
American commercial real estate giant JLL has issued a release stating that institutional capital is increasingly targeting healthcare in Australia as the sector defies the global economic slowdown.
Malaysian hospital operator IHH Healthcare has reported third-quarter profit after tax and minority interests of 236.3 million ringgit ($56.6 million), compared to a loss of 104.1 million reported for Q3 2018.
Delegates from seven healthcare companies from Taiwan met up with Malaysian counterparts today in Kuala Lumpur in a bid to promote Taiwan’s medical care services internationally.
NTUC Income, one of the largest health and general insurance providers in Singapore, has collaborated with New Zealand InsurTech JRNY to develop an artificial intelligence insurance agent.
Venus MedTech (HangZhou) is the latest company to undergo a healthcare IPOs in Hong Kong.
Dutch health analytics and education company Elsevier and Chinese multinational conglomerate Tencent have signing a strategic agreement to speed up the spread of global health information in China.
A new report from think tank, the Gratton Institute, claims that private health insurance in Australia is in a “death spiral”, in part because of excessive specialist fees.
The Indian government is to offer incentives to private hospitals to participate in its health insurance programme.
Cyberattacks on Singapore’s healthcare organisations by trojan malware and hijackers surged by 60% in the first nine months of year compared to 2018.

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