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3rd China Vaccine Focus 2013

12 Sep 2013 - 13 Sep 2013 - Beijing, China



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3rd China Vaccine Focus 2013 to be held on September 12th - 13th  2013 by CDMC Events is now in its third time of providing a platform for technology exchange and new business development, new innovation release and is the region’s premier vaccine event in the Asia Pacific.

With the Strong Support from ABO, Bayhelix, KoreaBio, SBIA, and etc, we are targeting towards 300 delegates, 40 exhibitors, and 40 speakers at 3rd China Vaccine Focus 2013 By the present of senior officials from Ministry of Health, PRC, SFDA/ FDA, NICPBP to address the latest regulatory issues on development of China vaccine industry. Through two days’ various sessions such as keynote presentations, interactive panel discussions, case studies, cocktail party and scheduled one-to-one business meetings, you will hear the latest breaking perspectives of both Chinese and MNC vaccine leaders. They will provide insights into their own company strategies for the coming years and how each perceives the marketplace developments. It will help you to win the vaccine market competition and strengthen your company’s dynamic growth in China’s vaccine market.

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