US venture capital firms invest in India's Nova Medical
This article was originally published in Scrip
The US venture capital firms, GTI Group and New Enterprise Associates (NEA), have invested about Rs1 billion ($21.4 million) in Nova Medical Centers, which is setting up a chain of specialised day care surgery centres across India. The investment is expected to part-finance Nova's Rs2.50 billion expansion plan in India.
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