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More Govt Support For Pharma As Korea Plans New Fund

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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Following the successful launch of pharma development funds in the past few years, South Korea's health ministry is planning to create a new fund this year to further support domestic pharma firms' efforts to enter overseas markets and spur private sector investment in the broader healthcare industry.

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