Taiwan to invest $1B in biotech development

You can add Taiwan to the list of Asian countries making a concerted effort to develop its biotech industry. The Economic Daily News is reporting that the government will sink a billion dollars into a joint venture with private entities to lure in foreign biotech companies looking to compete globally. Taiwan's billion would buy it a 40 percent stake in the joint venture.

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