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Finland Biotech Delegation Visits Sundia
Date:5/20/2009

SHANGHAI, May 20 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- A Finland Biotech Delegation visited Sundia MediTech Company, a leading pharmaceutical R&D outsourcing CRO service company in Shanghai, China, in April.

The 9 members of the delegation are from Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation (Tekes), and three Finnish leading Biotech Companies.

Dr. Xiongwei Shi, Executive Vice President of Sundia MediTech Company, hosted the group and presented to the guests about Sundia's business activities and development strategy. Dr. Pauli Saarenketo, Manager of Tekes, presented Tekes' organization and its functions, especially its Pharmaceutical programs including the Finnish-Chinese Pharmaceutical Collaboration (Research) Program. Delegates from 3 Finnish companies also presented their companies' business as well as CRO needs. Tigermed Consulting Ltd., a strategic alliance partner of Sundia, participated in the meeting.

The Finnish delegates highly praised Sundia's fast growth in recent years, and were very much impressed by Sundia's CRO service capabilities and its state-of-the-art facilities. The hosts and the guests expressed a strong desire for future collaborations.

About Sundia MediTech

Sundia MediTech Company was founded in Shanghai in 2004 by a group of veterans of the US pharmaceutical industry to provide drug discovery and pharmaceutical development CRO services to clients worldwide. Over the past 5 years, Sundia has built a strong reputation as a leading CRO service company in China.

About Tekes Pharma Program

The extensive goal of the Tekes programme Pharma - Building Competitive Edge is to promote the international competitiveness of the Finnish pharmaceutical industry. The programme focuses on the development of operational models and methods to intensify activity and networking within the industry. The creation of new operational mo
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