Mexico and China sign healthcare agreement:
This article was originally published in Clinica
China and Mexico have signed a healthcare co-operation agreement. The statement of intent, signed by Chinese health minister Zhang Wenkang and his Mexican counterpart, Julio Frenk Mora, sets out ways in which both countries may learn from their respective experiences in the areas of healthcare surveillance and social security, among others. "Healthcare is central to the development of every country," said Dr Frenk, adding that Mexico has much to learn from China, as the world's largest nation, with one of the most dynamic economies.
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