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Newly Launched Free Choice Foundation Attempts Rescue of Japan's Private Heath Care Network

...While socialized health care in Japan is compulsory for all residents, many expatriates avoid enrollment in favor of private insurance, which typically carries imp...e, until now the Japanese government has more or less turned a blind eye to expatriates not wishing to enroll in its socialized heath care. But, beginning in April...

Generic Pharmaceuticals Offer Exciting Growth Opportunities in Tanzania, Reveals Frost & Sullivan

...y by the lack of technical skills in production. "Manufacturers in Tanzania cannot get local expertise and, therefore, rely on Indian and British expatriates for the technical aspects of production," adds Zingoni. "Local employees only focus on packaging and labeling processes." Some local manufacturer...

MyMedicalRecords Adds Enhanced Doctor-Patient Features to Its Flagship Personal Health Record Platform

...e virtual safe deposit box features and an Emergency Login makes MyMedicalRecords a valuable life tool for corporate executives, small businesses, and expatriates in addition to it being a suite of individual and professional PHR products," Lorsch added. About MMR Information Systems, Inc. MMR In...

M. D. Anderson's Cohen honored for contributions to traditional Chinese medicine

...Shanghai. The Magnolia Memorial Award, named after the city's official flower, was created by the municipal government in 1989 to show appreciation to expatriates who live in Shanghai and contribute to the city's economic performance, international relations, business environment, management standards and commun...

Chindex's United Family Healthcare Launches ChinaHealthWatch.org - A global resource for travelers to China

...ina. This site caters to both first-time travelers to China and experienced expatriates who have lived in the country for many years. With a focus on the influx ...created by Chindex's United Family Healthcare (UFH) to provide visitors and expatriates with complete travel health information for China. This information network...

Organic Farms Provide a Clue for India's Struggling Farms

...duck market in India. In '91, 92, there were no ducks on the table here.' He now also raises pigs, and sells his products to five-star hotels, expatriates and wealthy Indians, garnering strong weekly sales worth around 2,500 dollars. -- Agriculture sector will be 'the next big thing' -- A...

Hong Kong Choked by Growing Pollution Problem

...ng Kong," said US Consul General James B Cunningham in a speech to the Chinese Chamber of Commerce. "A year ago people were still telling me that only expatriates in Hong Kong cared about pollution and its impact on the city's health and economic potential. I don't hear that any more." ...

Kerala Seeks Expatriates' Help for Its Hospitals

... Kerala Saturday urged expatriates from the state to donate hospital equipment for its poorly// maintained primary health centers. "We require a lot of hospital equipment and loo...

Dubai to commence free breast cancer screening

...mmence a free breast cancer screening// in Dubai, scheduled to begin next month. The tests will enable all women in the emirate, UAE nationals, expatriates and visitors, to avail timely screening to detect early signs of breast cancer, which is absolutely essential to achieve better treatment outcomes. ...

UAE Reports lowest number of AIDS cases

...t program launched by government and private institutions is of great importance in curbing the disease especially in view of the large communities of expatriates from endemic countries in the UAE. The AIDS control program was initiated in response to the increasing awareness of policy-makers of the growing ...
expatriates in Biological Technology

Japanese delegates highlight Wisconsin at BIO Chicago

...of those combined just take time." Japan is now Promega's second-largest market, Francis said. To build that kind of success, Promega has not hired expatriates to run their branch offices, instead using local talent. In Japan and elsewhere, the company "hired good local people" as general managers to help mak...
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