American Chamber of Commerce in Korea, PhRMA Join Forces To Help Boost Korean Healthcare Drive
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
SEOUL - The South Korean government is revving up its healthcare projects, and the American Chamber of Commerce in Korea and the Pharmaceutical Research Manufacturers of America held their first "2010 Korea-US Healthcare Innovation Seminar" to cooperate with their Korean counterparts
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