Targeting the U.S. Healthcare Market

No matter what the outcome of the U.S. election, healthcare looks to be a focal point in the economy for years to come.

The United States spent 17.9 percent of its gross domestic product on healthcare in 2010 - more than double what other wealthy nations spend on a per-person basis. In one sign of the growing importance of healthcare to the economy, S&P Dow Jones Indices added health insurer UnitedHealthcare to the Dow Jones industrial average, replacing Kraft Foods.

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Source: Reuters