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China and Japan Asias Sleeping Giants Of all regions in the world aiming for a bright future none is closer to that goal than Asia Asia also known as the sleeping giant accounts for over sixty percent of the earths population with China holding a large amount of the sixty percent Economically Japan is in the forefront of the world with only the United States leading them in the category of Gross National Product GNP Both Japan and China are looked upon by a great number of people as future leaders of the world What is remarkable about that statement is the fact that the two nations while they might have commonalties are so different Some might assume that two nations in the same region cannot possibly have so many contrasting traits but in the case of China and Japan this is the case Both China and Japan do have characteristics that they share such as culture and religion The similarities end though when speaking about the health care system the economy and the government of both future superpowers The health care system in China is one of the worst in the entire world One would think that a nation who has been granted Most Favored Nation status by the United States would be able to provide their people with adequate health care The fact is that the Chinese government does not have the funds to supply adequate health care to their over-populated nation Moreover the government in China faces the difficult task of whether or not to stress the quality of care to the Chinese people or to spread their medical resources to as many people as possible without the emphasis on high quality care China does have a health insurance system in place that provides free coverage for people employed in urban state enterprises The problem with the insurance system is that eighty percent of Chinas workers work in
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