Report Release: Role of China’s Private Sector in the Healthcare Industry Across the Belt and Road Countries
In collaboration with the Global Health Center of Sun-Yat-Sen University, ASK Health carried out a research on The Role of China’s Private Sector in the Healthcare Industry Across the Belt and Road Countries – Industry Actions, Trends and Policy Recommendations.
Through qualitative and quantitative research analysis, the report offers a comprehensive view of China’s health aid and industry investment in these countries, such as medical equipment and healthcare services. With case analysis on successes and challenges, the research aims to provide a fundamental basis for future public health research across the Belt and Road countries. The report is now officially published by the Global Health Center of Sun-Yat-Sen University and ASK Health.
There are eight sections in total. We have selected seven developing countries (Kenya, Nigeria, Angora, Mozambique, Vietnam, the Philippines, and Nepal) and analyzed the healthcare systems in the respective countries. The last section includes policy recommendations for the government on how to develop the Chinese private sector’s business across the Belt and Road countries in the future.
Click here to read the Chinese language report (up to Angora):