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MOH May Allow Wholly Foreign Owned Hospitals to Operate in China

Sep. 30, 2010

Recent reports indicate that China may relax its current regulations which allow foreigners to participate in local medical centers with a holdings limit of 70%.
According to these reports, the Ministry of Health (MOH) is promulgating regulations that will allow wholly foreign owned companies to set up and run medical centers in China catering for the high-end market.
This act of opening the health service market to outsiders may come in conjunction with China's ambitious plan to invest some RMB 85 billion ($12.5 billion) into the health system until 2012.