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Biologics World Taiwan 2014

26 Feb 2014 - 27 Feb 2014 - Taipei, Taiwan



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2nd Annual Biologics World Taiwan - the ONLY biologics and biosimilars focused platform in Taiwan - will bring together Taiwanese and international biopharma leaders, innovative biotechs, and technocrats. 2nd Annual Biologics World Taiwan brings to you:

  • The most targeted platform to meet Taiwanese and international biologics manufacturers
  • Case studies and discussions from senior level decision makers who will influence the direction of Taiwan's biologics industry
  • Both strategic and technology-focused biologics development in Taiwan

Contact Person: Natasha Jiandani

Tel: +65-6493-1871

Email: Natasha.jiandani@imapac.com 




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