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Bao’an to play role in Belt & Road Initiative
    2018-08-17  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

BAO’AN’S medical equipment and services will hopefully be exported to Belt & Road countries, as Kazakhstan has expressed a willingness to cooperate with two local medical equipment producers and hospitals.

The news came after a medical delegation from the central Asian country paid a five-day visit to Shenzhen from Aug. 1 to 5 to boost cooperation in medical services between the sides. Its five members consisted of the assistant to the health ministry and heads of key hospitals in the country.

Apart from meeting Shenzhen’s health officials, the delegation visited Bao’an District Women’s and Children’s Hospital, Bao’an Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Group, and two Bao’an-based medical firms — Shenzhen Anke High-tech Co. Ltd. and Sonka Medical Co.

The foreign delegates said they hope to introduce TCM treatment into Kazakhstan by setting up an online TCM clinic, which would allow Kazakhstan TCM doctors (those who have studied TCM in China) to seek help from Chinese TCM doctors through the Internet. The country will also set up stores to sell Chinese herbs.

In the near future, the Kazakhstan health ministry will invite Shenzhen medical enterprises to promote their products in Alma Ata, its largest city, and give the green light for the companies to set up branches in the country.

Doctors from four Kazakhstan hospitals will come to Bao’an District Women’s and Children’s Hospital to receive training.(SD News)

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