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16 MoU signed at BioAsia

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HYDERABAD, FEB. 12. BioAsia-2005 concluded on Saturday with the signing of 16 MoU and 11 pre-MoU.

Seven of these MoU were signed between Pakistani and Indian companies, which enthused the Governor, Sushil Kumar Shinde, to state: "I hope the growing cooperation in Science and Technology between the two countries would bring us two together." Mr. Shinde was addressing the valedictory function of the meet.

Earlier, D. Balasubramaniam, Chairman, Andhra Pradesh Biotech Advisory Board, informed the participants that a MoU signed between a Pakistani and Indian company at last year's BioAsia had recently become operational and vaccine consignments had been sent from Hyderabad to Pakistan.

"Vaccines are weapons of peace in our common war against disease," he said.

Other MoU were signed between Indian companies and entities in USA, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Iran and Sri Lanka. Pre-MoU were signed with companies in USA, Germany, Italy, Pakistan and Iran.

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