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Recbio First Biotech To Brave A Hong Kong IPO In 2022

mRNA Contender For Omicron?

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Chinese vaccine maker Recbio hopes an IPO in Hong Kong will bring investor attention to its mRNA COVID vaccine with potential against the Omicron variant.

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