Earlier this year, the Chinese government introduced further regulations setting out a framework for private investment in senior care. With the 60 and over population in China expected to reach 300 million by 2025, senior care is becoming a pressing issue as demand in China increases.
Investors interested in China’s senior care market can learn more about the new regulations in our latest briefing entitled, “China healthcare: New regulations enable private investment in senior care business.” The regulations aim to encourage private investors (including foreign investors) to participate in this sector and reflect the ongoing efforts China is making to ease market access barriers for private investment in the healthcare industry.
Norton Rose Fulbright’s global life sciences and healthcare group is closely involved in issues affecting the industry. For more information, please contact Wang Jing (Partner, Beijing) or see our previous briefing on this issue published in December 2014.