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Further Opening-up of Policies on Wholly-Foreign-Owned Medical Institutions - Seven Pilot Provinces (Cities) in China following Shanghai FTZ's Step

27 October 2014

As the opening-up policy on health services in China pushes forward, the Chinese government further sets up seven pilot areas where qualified foreign investors are allowed to establish wholly-foreign-owned medical institutions. This is a big step forward since the Shanghai Pilot Free Trade Zone loosened the restrictions in this regard. It is exciting news for foreign investors who have obtained rich experiences providing health services outside of China and now have their sights on China. The following contents will provide you an outline of this opening-up policy in China.

The team

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