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Green Cross Becomes First Korean Pharma To Export Flu Vaccine

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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SEOUL - South Korea's vaccine producer Green Cross shipped its first batch of flu vaccine GCFlu to the World Health Organization's Pan American Health Organization June 8 in accordance with a $6 million deal signed in March.Noting that it is the first Korean pharma to export seasonal flu vaccine, Green Cross said it is to make the second and third shipments of the vaccine by the end of June

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