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Battle for survival among Japan hospitals lures health funds

They are anticipating demand for cash to renovate outdated facilities


WITH an ageing population that's already the world's oldest, Japan might be a good place to build more hospitals. Instead, it's shutting them down.

More than 300 medical institutions closed or became inactive in the year ended March, the most on record in figures going back

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