Investment Firm Looks To Build Network Of Private Hospitals In Developing Countries

New York Times: An Investor’s Plan to Transplant Private Health Care in Africa
“…[The Abraaj Group, an investment firm based in Dubai that specializes in developing markets,] is trying to do something that hasn’t been tried before: build a global network of hospitals across cultures and in some of the poorest parts of the world — including India, Pakistan, Ethiopia, and here in Kenya. [Investor Khawar] Mann’s new fund has just bought a fast-growing hospital in India and is now trying to export its business model to Africa…” (Thomas, 10/8).

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