Healthcare

Are Governments Ill-Equipped to Face the Challenges of a Rapidly Ageing Society in the Asia Pacific?

February 20, 2018 | by Senith Pathirane - Global Research and Analysis Team

Population ageing is occurring on a global scale, with virtually every country in the world experiencing growth in ageing both in terms of numbers and proportions. The Asia-Pacific r...

The Future of Healthcare and Wearable Devices in Japan

September 6, 2017 | by Senith Pathirane - Global Research and Analysis Team

 The number of people suffering from lifestyle-related diseases has risen in Japan, and illnesses like cancer and hypertensive disease are on top in terms of healthcare expenditure a...

India: Digital India – Road to Boosting GDP by USD 1 Trillion

December 8, 2016 | by Senith Pathirane - Global Research and Analysis Team

“Around 400 million people in the last year got a smartphone. If you think that’s a big deal, imagine the impact on that person in the developing world”. Eric Schmidt, Davos 2015  T...

Singapore – Choking on the Haze

December 3, 2015 | by Senith Pathirane - Global Research and Analysis Team

Singapore - Choking on the Haze  The South East Asian haze is an annual occurrence in the mid to latter part of each year, affecting many countries in the region, with Singapore, In...

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