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Karelia’s $92m health care improvement plan

13 Jan '11
A total of $92.2m is to be spent to finance health care modernization program in the Republic of Karelia in 2011-2012, regional officials report.

The funds are reportedly allocated from the federal Compulsory Medical Insurance Fund.

Under plans, the funds are to be spent on repairs of health care institutions buildings, purchase of medical equipment, health care system informatization and personnel training.
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