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Biologics World Taiwan 2012

12 Nov 2012 - 12 Nov 2012 - Taiwan

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Taiwan's first and ONLY biologics and vaccines focused meeting platform!

With a strategic location, favourable economic climate, strong government support, technological leadership and a pool of world-class researchers and experts, Taiwan is poised to become an important and bright spot on the global biologic map.

 The first and only IMAPAC's Biologics World Taiwan 2012 provides the ideal platform for senior decision-makers who will influence the future of Taiwan’s biologics industry. Taiwanese and internationalbiopharmas, biotechs, CMOs, CROs and solution providers will convene to discuss strategic issues, leverage partnerships, share best practices and capitalize on the potential of Taiwan’s growing biologics industry.

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