SINGAPORE (Dec 18): Urbanisation, rising affluence and ageing populations are creating a healthcare boom in Asia. And, among the fastest-growing healthcare markets in the region is Indonesia. According to market research firm Frost & Sullivan, healthcare expenditure in the country will rise to US$50.8 billion ($68.7 billion) by 2020. To put that into perspective, healthcare expenditure in Indonesia was US$26.9 billion in 2012, and only US$13.6 billion a decade ago.

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