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Global pledge to immunise 300 million children

Global pledge to immunise 300 million children

China's pledge means that all the emerging economies that make up BRICS – Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa - are making financial contributions towards childhood immunisation via GAVI.

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  • BRIC markets BRIC markets

    Since then the BRIC grouping has evolved a more political dimension and expanded to include South Africa (BRICS). ... Similarities and differences. Understanding what unifies the BRIC nations’ healthcare dynamics is important.

  • The focus of global healthcare communication The focus of global healthcare communication

    With the emergence of a multitude of on and offline communications channels and the rise in the strategic importance of new emerging national economies (BRICS), the outcome has been increased fragmentation

  • The AMR threat The AMR threat

    For example, a lot of the increase in the BRIC countries is down to their continued development and ability to facilitate access to antibiotics for those that need them.

  • Choosing wisely Choosing wisely

    But the majority of emerging markets fall well short. According to World Bank data, each of the BRICS nations spent less than 5% of GDP on health in 2013, with China ... Despite this, some commentators question whether the biggest BRICS can still be

  • Seismic shifts: Hepatitis C and payers Seismic shifts: Hepatitis C and payers

    So, will global pharma threaten to disinvest in Europe at a time when the BRIC countries are not delivering on their growth promise?

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  • Deep Dive - MINT: opportunities in ‘frontier’ markets?

    According to British economist Jim O’Neill, MINT is the new BRIC. ... These are the countries he believes are poised for strong economic growth, like the emerging markets of BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China) before them.

  • Men vs Women in emerging markets

    Our latest interactive infographic compares male vs female health characteristics in the BRIC emerging marketS. ... Our latest interactive infographic compares the lives of men vs women in the BRIC emerging markets, and explores how societal factors

  • The challenges of conducting effective pharmaceutical market research in emerging markets

    revenues. Some of the emerging markets, such as the BRIC nations of Brazil, Russia, India and China, are experiencing double-digit growth, as well as burgeoning public and private health care

  • Competition from within

    Teva (Israel), CSL (Australia) and Aspen (South Africa) are notable exceptions, with the Indian generic giants Sun and Ranbaxy - which have since merged - the only representation from the ‘BRIC’ markets (Brazil,

  • Is MINT the next BRIC?

    In 2001, British economist Jim O’Neill coined the now ubiquitous acronym ‘BRIC’, to stand for the four emerging economies of Brazil, Russia, India and China, which he suggested were all ... If we look back at the trends we have seen in the BRIC

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