Laos signs healthcare deal with UK companies:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The government of Laos has signed a mandate with a consortium of UK companies on a series of recovery projects, which include the healthcare sector. The agreement covers hospitals, polyclinics, limb facilities and pharmaceutical joint ventures, according to the Lao PDR Development Agency.
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