Cuba to set up biotechnology plants in more countries
Published on June 9, 2014
HAVANA, Cuba (ACN) — Cuba’s Biopharmaceutical Laboratory Business Group
(LABIOFAM) is working on the design, construction, assembly and launch
of biotechnology plants in countries like Ethiopia and Tanzania, after
doing so in Venezuela, China, Vietnam and Argentina, among other countries.
These efforts will be shown during the LABIOFAM 2014 International
Congress, scheduled for September 22-25 at Havana’s Convention Center,
Jose Antonio Fraga, LABIOFAM director, announced at a press conference
Attending the meeting will be entrepreneurs and health and agriculture
ministers of several countries, representatives of international
organizations and delegates of Spain, China, Russia, Rumania, Peru,
Mexico, the United States, Bolivia and Chile, among other nations.
LABIOFAM develops a wide range of bio-pesticides, bio-stimulants and
bio-fertilizer products for human, plant and animal use, with the
purpose of preventing the harmful damage caused by chemicals.
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