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CCB International To Set Up First Health Care Industry Fund With RMB 5 Billion

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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CCB International, a wholly-owned subsidiary of China Construction Bank Corporation, recently revealed that it has been establishing a health care investment fund since November 2007. With a first phase investment not exceeding RMB 5 billion, the Tianjin-registered fund will be China's first private equity focusing on the health care industry, including pharmaceuticals, medical devices, medical institutions and health care services. The seven-year closed-end fund obtains capital from various undisclosed sources. CCB International will collaborate with well-known domestic and overseas health care management funds and groups to jointly manage the fund. According to survey, China has a total of 5,744 health care management organizations covering 23 provinces, four municipalities and four autonomous regions. (Click here for more - Chinese Language)

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