China To Launch TCM Projects Abroad With Hospital In Russia
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
China's State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine plans to launch a series of outlets in other countries, beginning with a TCM hospital in Russia this year. An official of the agency said the plan is to establish hospitals and other outlets globally, including projects in Europe, Africa and Southeast Asia this year. They include service outlets to sell herbs, TCM training and treatment centers. The official said the TCM agency also intends to continue promoting traditional Chinese medicines in Australia, France, Russia and the United States and most heavily in Africa. (Click here for more
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