The healthcare sector has long been one of the most consistently solid performers around the globe. However, that certainly doesn’t mean that every health and medical investment is created equal – and that’s particularly true on a global scale. Take for instance Bumrungrad Hospital (BH TB) in Bangkok, Thailand and Zhejiang Medicine Co. (600216 CH) in China – two companies in the sector that are on very different trajectories. For an in-depth breakdown on what makes has led these companies on such different paths, check out the video below:
What are your thoughts on the Health Care Sector? What do you think about Bumrungrad and ZMC? I would love to hear your thoughts! Any comments or question you might have, I would like to know. Is anything unclear? Please let me know in a comment below.
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Originally published on August 20, 2015 at: www.equities.com.