BioTech convention in Washington DC draws Malaysian delegation

BioTech convention in Washington DC draws Malaysian delegationWashington Dc was the site of this year’s Bio International Convention 2011 (BIO DC 2011), and the Malaysian delegation that attended saw great success through networking and information exchange.  Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin is the first foreign minister to officiate the ceremony, showing Malaysia’s growing presence in the biotech world.

Bio Xcell, Malaysia’s biotech corporation, will complete work on a RM950 million industrial park to attract foreign biotech companies (like the agreements signed with France and Norway recently) to the region.  The hope to attract biotech manufacturers and biopharma companies to the new park, and help Malaysia attain its goal of regional dominance and international acceptance in the biotechnology industry.

 

 

 



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Washington Dc was the site of this year’s Bio International Convention 2011 (BIO DC 2011), and the Malaysian delegation that attended saw great success through networking and information exchange.  Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin is the first foreign minister to officiate the ceremony, showing Malaysia’s growing presence in the biotech world. Bio Xcell, Malaysia’s biotech corporation, will complete work on a RM950 million industrial park to attract foreign biotech companies (like the agreements signed with France and Norway recently) to the region.  The hope to attract biotech manufacturers and biopharma companies to the new park, and help Malaysia...

BioTech convention in Washington DC draws Malaysian delegationWashington Dc was the site of this year’s Bio International Convention 2011 (BIO DC 2011), and the Malaysian delegation that attended saw great success through networking and information exchange.  Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin is the first foreign minister to officiate the ceremony, showing Malaysia’s growing presence in the biotech world.

Bio Xcell, Malaysia’s biotech corporation, will complete work on a RM950 million industrial park to attract foreign biotech companies (like the agreements signed with France and Norway recently) to the region.  The hope to attract biotech manufacturers and biopharma companies to the new park, and help Malaysia attain its goal of regional dominance and international acceptance in the biotechnology industry.

 

 

 



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