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  • Insight – New Korean bio-health strategy triggers opportunities for Australia in the life sciences sector

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: AustraliaSouth KoreaIndustries: HealthcareInformation Technology
    In May 2019, South Korean President, Moon Jae-in, announced an ‘Innovative Strategy on the Bio-health Industry’. This new strategy for bio-health will provide partnership and collaboration opportunities for Australian companies across various sectors including the commercialisation of research and development (R&D), clinical trials and digital health.
  • M&A Report (August 2019)

    Content Types: NewsletterRegions & Countries: AustraliaChina...Industries: Real Estate & ConstructionBanking & Finance...
    M&A Report (August 2019)
  • Trend Summary: Asia Pacific Including Japan Private Equity 1H19

    Content Types: NewsletterRegions & Countries: AustraliaChina...Industries: Real Estate & ConstructionBanking & Finance...
    Amid the global trade and tariffs war between China and the US, Asian markets saw a deterioration in M&A activity in 2Q19. In line with the overall trend in the region, private equity activity decreased for the third consecutive quarter.
  • Korean genome co invests A$4m to take Queensland microbiome project global

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: AustraliaSouth KoreaIndustries: HealthcareInformation Technology
    Macrogen is a precision medicine and biotechnology company based at the Genomic Medicine Institute of the Seoul National University College of Medicine. The majority-stake investment will give Microba access to Macrogen’s global sales and business networks.
  • South Korea: Relaxed Policy on Quota Requirements for D-8 Visa

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: South KoreaServices: Employment & Immigration
    South Korea: Relaxed Policy on Quota Requirements for D-8 Visa – The Korea Immigration Service has relaxed its policy on D-8 visa quota requirements. The quota is used to limit the number of foreign employees a local sponsoring subsidiary may sponsor under a D-8 visa. The quota was previously strictly tied to the amount of foreign-invested capital the local subsidiary had received from the overseas parent company as indicated in its...
  • Mathpresso plans fundraise this year to scale edtech business internationally – CEOs

    Content Types: NewsletterRegions & Countries: South KoreaIndustries: EducationInformation Technology
    Mathpresso, a privately held Seoul, South Korea-based AI-driven education platform developer, plans to raise approximately KRW 15bn (USD 13.2m) in its Series B in 2H19 to buckle down on overseas expansion, according to CEOs Ray Lee and Jake Lee.
  • Korean Sh10bn Konza university to open in 2021

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: KenyaSouth KoreaIndustries: TelecommunicationsInformation Technology
    South Korea will spend Sh10 billion to set up Kenya’s first graduates-only information technology university on a 22-acre plot at Konza Technopolis, Machakos.
  • Top 5 Announced China Outbound Deals

    Content Types: NewsletterRegions & Countries: BelgiumSwitzerland...Industries: Banking & FinanceInformation Technology...
    Top 5 Announced China Outbound Deals
  • M&A Report (January 2019)

    Content Types: NewsletterRegions & Countries: BelgiumSwitzerland...Industries: Banking & FinanceManufacturing...
  • Mykoon’s Spoon Radio seeks Middle Eastern expansion; Series C round possible down the road – CEO

    Content Types: NewsletterRegions & Countries: South KoreaIndustries: Information Technology
    Mykoon, a South Korea-based mobile application developer, is actively seeking to expand its service Spoon Radio, a personal live audio streaming mobile platform, in the Middle East, said CEO Neil Choi.
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