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High doctors’ salaries and climbing fees may be why health care costs are so much steeper in the US  than in other developed countries, a new study concludes.

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THE RESULTS: Health insurer Humana Inc. said Monday it earned $ 444.7 million, or $ 2.67 per share, in the third quarter. That compares with $ 393.2 million, or $ 2.32 per share, in last year’s quarter. Adjusted earnings were $ 2.54 per share, and revenue climbed 11 percent to $ 9.3 billion.

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High doctors’ salaries and climbing fees may be why health care costs are so much steeper in the US  than in other developed countries, a new study concludes.

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Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda has called for clarification about a string of controversial payments made by Olympus, the Financial Times reported on Sunday.

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Chinese police have arrested 12,125 people during a crackdown on the sale of narcotics online and have confiscated more than 300 kg of illegal drugs, state news agency Xinhua reported on Sunday.

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