South Korea's national health insurance scheme is expected to post a deficit of KRW3.2tn ($2.7bn) in 2019, sharply widening from a year earlier, as the country provides greater coverage for various medical services, reported Yonhap News Agency.
If you are already a subscriber
OR sign-up for a trial access here
Note that your comment may be edited or removed in the future, and that your comment may appear alongside the original article on websites other than this one.
Brought to you by