Chinese most concerned about healthcare
AP/Yahoo News, January 9, 2008
The rising cost of health care topped Chinese citizens' concerns, according to a study by the National Bureau of Statistics. The survey's findings come a day after Beijing announced plans to reform the country's medical system. The medical reform plan aims to reduce the involvement of hospitals in drug sales, and spend more government money to establish basic healthcare services for all citizens.
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