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Japan's medical services look for growth by going abroad

TOKYO -- Japanese hospital operators are increasingly exporting their services and facilities to emerging economies, helped in great part by the Japanese government's growth strategy and the general need for more health care around the world.

Ceremony for singing of memorandum of understanding between the health ministry of Myanmar and Jimco

     The Japan International Medical Cooperation Organization (Jimco), a nonprofit organization led by Fujita Health University, signed a memorandum of understanding with the health ministry of Myanmar on July 25 to establish medical facilities in Yangon, the nation's biggest city.

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