The European healthcare market is expected to around $2125 billion in 2020., driven by the aging population which is set to rise to 224 million in 2050. Pharmaceutical sector also has one of the highest labor productivities and is extensively regulated at EU level.
The Middle East offers large-scale investment opportunities. The GCC countries spending on healthcare is expected to hit $2.4 billion by 2025 and $3.6 billion by 2030. Moreover, private healthcare in the GCC region is also estimated to expand 8.7% annually reaching US$ 94 billion in 2021.
Private sector players have also been actively tracking Africa’s healthcare industry. The International Fund Corporation (IFC) projected the health care sector in sub-Saharan Africa to be worth more than US$ 35 billion in 2016, with an additional US$ 30 billion in medical and clinical spending anticipated by 2022.
Our healthcare advisory services support Japanese healthcare players to expand their businesses in the EMEA market across various segments, including digitalization in healthcare, hospital IT system, patient monitoring and intelligence, pharmaceuticals, hospitals & clinics, medical devices and medical insurances. We are committed to help Japanese healthcare companies to win over the EMEA market.
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