At the end of 2019, the city began to sign life cycle contracts (LCC) in the healthcare sector. These agreements state that the supplier shall maintain and repair the sold equipment throughout the service life.

LCCs have already proved their effectiveness in transport and housing and communal services.

The current total value of the Moscow LCCs  is about RUR 515 bn, the healthcare has taken RUR 31+ bn.

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