Chinese medicine and wisdom

Molnar, Margit; Pigott, Charles
July 2006
OECD Observer;Jul2006, Issue 256, p14
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the significant aspect of China's additional public spending on education and health. In a report titled "Challenges for China's Public Spending: Toward Greater Effectiveness and Equity," recognized education and healthcare as priority areas for public spending. The government spending policy was designed to strengthen human capital, productivity, and competitiveness leading another pillar of development for China .


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