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Analysis by Ken Research has concluded that the total number of public and private hospitals in Vietnam is likely to exceed 1,890 by 2022 as compared to around 1,530 in 2017 as investments in healthcare facilities continues to grow.
The Asia region is playing a major part in a surge in health spending predicted over the next few years, as increasing cases of lifestyle illnesses and people living longer combine with rising incomes and health expectations.
Thomson Medical Group has priced its five-year Singapore dollar senior bond worth $175 million.
British families are sending elderly relatives with dementia overseas to Thailand in a small but growing trend, according to new research.
MassMutual Ventures today announced a second fund of $100 million for Southeast Asia, to build on its strategy of investing in early and growth-stage companies in the digital health, financial technology and enterprise software sectors.
Singapore-based medical and aesthetic companies Novena Global Lifecare has bought into two day surgery centres operating at Camden Medical Centre and Paragon Medical Centre in Singapore.
Thailand’s hospitals will suffer a short-term cut in their profits by 4-5% because the country’s Social Security Office cutting remuneration rates for treatments
WuXi Biologics, a Hong Kong-listed biologics company based in Wuxi, eastern China, and Bayer, the German multinational pharmaceutical and life sciences company have jointly announced an acquisition agreement.
The Asia-Pacific healthtech ecosystem closed at $5 billion invested, across 340 deals, in 2019 Galen Growth has revealed.
Manila-based Ayala Healthcare Holdings has acquired Healthway Philippines, via its wholly-owned subsidiary AC Health.

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