Abenomics and the Generic Threat
Here’s my new article for the school portal:
Japan is known to have one of the most efficient Universal Healthcare Systems in the world in terms of monetary spending. But behind this admirable system is a burgeoning debt which could break this picture-perfect scenario. In fact, there are now cracks all over, and having been given the opportunity to work with a multinational pharmaceutical company as part of GLOBIS’ internship program, I was able to learn more not just about Japan’s healthcare but as well as that of the entire world. One of the popular buzzwords foreshadowing the future of Japan’s healthcare is the mystery called “Abenomics.” The current Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s bold economic reforms supposedly have three arrows, the third of which is a pledge to deregulate important foundations of the economy such as the pharmaceutical industry.