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Current State of Health Care Services in Iraq and the Scope for Future Growth

Bharatbook.com Pleased to announce a new report on "2013 Iraq Health Care Sector Outlook" is the single, most comprehensive, insightful and accurate source of reference on the health care industry in Iraq.

Feb. 28, 2013 - PRLog -- 2013 Iraq Health Care Sector Outlook

 The report provides unparalleled insight into one of the lesser known emerging markets for Health Care in the Middle East. It shows that total health care spending in Iraq will increase to between US$10-12 billion a year by 2014, and that privatization of the health care system will begin to emerge as restructuring of state owned enterprises gathers steam.  http://www.bharatbook.com/healthcare-market-research-reports/2013-iraq-health-care-sector-outlook.html (http://www.bharatbook.com/healthcare-market-research-reports/2013-iraq-health-care-sector-outlook.html)

 The report outlines the key market, political, economic, institutional and regulatory trends affecting the health care and pharmaceuticals industry in Iraq, providing core data and investment trend analysis in relation to existing and medium-term investment dynamics.

 The report accounts for the entire  health and pharmaceutical industry (http://www.bharatbook.com/market-research-report/Pharmace...) in Iraq, assesses the current commercial and competitive environment, forecasts health care market prospects, and projects key macroeconomic, demographics and health indicators. It reviews major regulatory trends and the operational environment, accounting for political, security and commercial conditions, business registration, licensing, acquisitions and expansion laws, government procurement procedures, foreign investment and trade controls, taxation and financing issues, and labour market and infrastructure regulations. It offers detailed analysis and a medium-term health-financing outlook, and digests the government’s long-term vision in reforming the sector. The report has been designed to inform strategic investment decisions, and allows clients to:

 Get to grips with the current state of health care services in Iraq and the scope for future growth;
 Identify the major areas of government and private sector investment in primary, secondary and tertiary care systems;
 Compare growth prospects in key sub-sectors and against regional competitors to identify best business avenues;
 Adopt an adequate approach to working with relevant governorate and central-level authorities;
 Enhance business and joint venture planning;
 Account for current and future political and investment risks; and,
 Identify emerging business opportunities as they come on line.

 Company Mentioned in the Report
 • State Company For Drugs And Medical Appliances (KIMADIA)
 • State Company for Drugs, Industry and Medical Supplies (SAMARRA)
 • State Company for Drugs Industry and Medical Appliances ( NINEWA)
 • GlaxoSmithKline
 • Advance Scientific Company
 • Al Assad Scientific Bureau
 • Al Ahlaf Trading Company
 • Alyara Company and many more....

 For more information kindly visit :  http://www.bharatbook.com/healthcare-market-research-repo...  


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