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Biotech China 2014

14 May 2014 - 16 May 2014 - Nanjing International Exhibition Center, Nanjing, China



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Biotech China --- Your gateway to the No.1 bio technology base in China

Biotech China is a exhibition focused on the display of latest technologies and products in the bio pharmaceutical field and is featured with a variety of business oriented fringe programs. 

It offers a unique opportunity to meet key players, display business strengths, establish new contacts and exchange knowledge with peers. 

Biotech China is an exhibition focused on the display of latest technologies and products in the bio pharmaceutical field and is featured with a variety of business oriented fringe programs. 

It offers a unique opportunity to meet key players, display business strengths, establish new contacts and exchange knowledge with peers. 

Contact information:

Contact person: Mr. Yunpeng Gong

Oraganization: Nanjing Pushlong Exhibition Service Co., Ltd.

Phone+86-25-83518305;+86-13357830429

Email:gongyp@biotechchina-nj.com



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