Tourism & healthcare gets highlighted

Published on : Tuesday, July 25, 2017

imagesFew ministries reacted to a sequence of public concerns in the past week like public healthcare insurance, tourism and government procurements.


Insurance covers more medicines


As per the recently released notice by the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security, an extra 36 expensive medicines have been enlisted of public healthcare insurance coverage. After receiving subsidies from healthcare insurance, the average medicinal price has decreased by 44 percent, in comparison to those in 2016.


Few of them will be sold at 30 percent of the price of 2016. To note, imported medicines will be sold at much lesser prices in comparison to surrounding economies, drastically plummeting medical bills for patients.


Almost 31 Western medicines and five Chinese get a position on the list which is consumed to eradicate diseases like lung cancers and kidney ailments.


$80 billion to aid rural tourism


Lately, China has launched initiations to promote rural development with increased investment and supportive policies as the government anticipates that it will support in tackling poverty and boost growth.


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