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on medical travel …

the trend is in the market for over five years, medical tourism. patient-customers from all over the world seeking specific medical treatments on existing diseases or preventive ones… a vast market sourcing from developing countries moving into like US, germany, france, spain, …

in spain, a sharp and deep recession striking across the country and exhausting financial resources both to public and private that are vital to maintain firstly a steady rhythm of top technology and secondly research …

barcelona centre medic, www.bcm.es, leads the initiative in spain and articulate consistently professional efficiency, operational capabilities and marketing (yes, indeed, also a must-do)… a younger initiative, madrid centro médico, http://www.madridnetwork.org/red/salud/noticias/detalle/Madrid-Centro-Medico-convertira-Madrid-en-una-referencia-sanitaria-de-prestigio-internacional, lagging far behind yet, but trying to catch up and not to loose the pace of leadership in medical initiatives.

if initiatives of this kind worked efficiently with private-company patterns, we would be definitely closer to see the light in the long run

in this recessive scenario and keep one of the most precious fields spain starred in the last decade…

tourism field could help leveraging these medical assets. Turespaña sponsors next professional conference on this, http://www.emtc2012.com/. not to be missed! berlin, 25-27 april 2012, with numerous asean countries attending…

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take some minutes to have a look at interesting barometer and prospects of UNWTO: http://mkt.unwto.org/es/barometer
2010 Asia Pacific region had a vigorous 12% growth in 2010, versus 6,6% global.

2011 world tourism is on 4% growth pace, but -10% to Middle East region…

3Q 2011 registers a slowdown in prosects in accordance to the season and also global economy forecasts.

2012 again increase is expected but within a moderate 3%.

times to play cautiously in the industry in the hope of better times for 2013!

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