Cooperative Economic Partnership Between India And Korea To Narrow Korean Healthcare Trade Deficit
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
SEOUL - South Korea and India signed a bilateral Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement in Seoul on August 7, under which the Korean government expects to reduce the country's deficit with India in the healthcare sector by $3.2 million for the first five years beginning in 2010
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