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(Taiwan) Int'l medical treatment to be part of economic zone


(China Post, Taiwan)

26 March, 2013
The Council for Economic Planning and Development (CEPD) plans to include an international medical treatment area in the proposed free economic demonstration zone to attract more vistors to Taiwan, CEPD Minister Kuan Chung-ming said yesterday.
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(China) BGI acquires genome firm in California


(China Daily)

20 March, 2013
The closing of its deal for California-based Complete Genomics Inc strengthens efforts by BGI-Shenzhen, which operates genome-sequencing centers in China, to grow in the US market for medical and research DNA testing while boosting Chinese hopes of becoming a major industry player, observers say.
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(China) Next-Gen China Syndrome


(Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News)

18 March, 2013
BGI-Shenzhen on Monday completed its long-awaited $117.6 million acquisition of Complete Genomics, three days after the Chinese sequencing giant completed its $3.15-a-share tender offer for the California company, and some six months after the deal was first announced.
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(Taiwan) NCKU Transnational Team Reveals Mystery of Aging


(Pharmalive)

13 March, 2013
Researchers have long puzzled by the mystery of aging in humans and great efforts have been put in to the attempt of discovery of the missing link. Now a National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) transnational research team has made a new discovery of aging mechanisms.
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(Taiwan) TLC novel anti-cancer drug Lipotecan accepted into "Green Path" by China's SFDA


(BiotechEast staff)

13 March, 2013
Taiwan Liposome Company (TLC) announced Monday that its multi-mechanistic anti-cancer NCE (New Chemical Entity) Lipotecan has been accepted into the "Green Path" program by China's drug approval agency, the Chinese State Food and Drug Administration (SFDA).




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(Taiwan) Biotech stock fluctuation monitoring standard procedural behavior: GTSM


(China Post, Taiwan)

5 March, 2013
GreTai Securities Market (GTSM), Taiwan's over-the-counter securities exchange, yesterday defended its decision to heighten alert on biotech company shares that have been undergoing sizable price fluctuations recently.
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(Taiwan) SHL to invest US$40 million in Taiwan to expand production facilities


(BiotechEast staff)

22 February, 2013
Drug delivery device designer and manufacturer SHL announced last week that it would be investing US$40 million during 2013 to expand its production facilities in Taiwan.




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(Taiwan) NDF inaugurates NT$10 billion biotech investment


(Council for Economic Planning and Development)

21 February, 2013
The National Development Fund (NDF) hopes to power the takeoff of Taiwan’s biotechnology industry by using venture capital funds to introduce advanced biotechnology into the island. At the same time, the Fund will help Taiwan’s biomedical device manufacturers develop Asian markets. It recently approved the TransPacific Medtech (TPM) venture capital fund program, and will engage in cooperation with biomedical venture capital funds in New Zealand and Japan. The projected amount of investment will reach NT$10 billion.
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(China) Bird Flu Death In China Sparks Fear Of Human-Transmitted H5N1 Strain


(International Business Times)

15 February, 2013
A woman diagnosed with the H5N1 strain of the bird flu last week has died in southwest China. Health authorities in Guiyang, Guizhou province, announced that the 21-year-old woman, Shuai Pengyue, died on Wednesday due to multiple organ failure as a result of the flu. Shuai was one of two women reported in the area to have contracted the new strain of the avian influenza. Health officials have investigated the two of them and concluded that neither patient was in contact with poultry before showing symptoms of the illness. Victim proximity is important to note because typically, the bird flu is contracted by being in contact with poultry. In this case, health officials worry this could be signs that the H5N1 strain can now be transmitted between humans.
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Taiwan and the Netherlands: Taiwan attracting Dutch biotech companies with niche technology, manufacturing, and markets


(BiotechEast staff)

5 February, 2013
So far in this series of articles featuring the growing ties between Taiwan and the Netherlands in the life sciences, we've looked at the roots of the relationship and at the attraction of Leiden Bio Science Park for considering options for their European offices. Let's not forget that ties between the two countries are two-way, so today we'll examine some of the companies from the Netherlands that have built or are building a presence in Taiwan. And we'll talk to the DCB's Dr. Chi Wei-Kuang, director of the Biopharmaceutical Pilot Plant, on the plant's Netherlands connection.




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