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South Korea Launches Second Pharma Development Fund

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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South Korea’s Ministry of Health and Welfare is launching its second ‘Global Pharma Industry Development Fund’ worth KRW135 billion ($124 million) to help small and mid-sized local firms with cooperative technology development, deals with foreign venture firms, sales networks and production facilities in foreign countries, and global clinical trials.

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