UK healthcare export drive targets Far East
This article was originally published in Clinica
A UK government-led trade delegation is to travel to the Far East this month, seeking export opportunities for UK healthcare companies. "Health Action Asia", led by Health Minister Gerald Malone, will visit health officials, hospitals and trade associations in Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia and Taiwan. The delegation will include representatives from the ABHI, companies supplying the UK NHS and the British Postgraduate Medical Federation - also representing the London First Centre, an agency aiming to promote overseas investment in London's medical expertise and resources.
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