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Korea's Reimbursement Steps Spark Drug Price Cut Concerns

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In its first announcement of major health care measures since the Moon Jae-in administration took charge, South Korea unveils steps to hike its national health insurance coverage ratio to levels in advanced countries, raising concerns that this might lead to sharp drug price cuts.

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