A wholly owned subsidiary of Pluristem Therapeutics Inc. entered into an Exclusive License and Commercialization Agreement with CHA Bio&Diostech on On June 26, 2013, for conducting clinical trials and commercialization of Pluristem's PLX-PAD product in South Korea.
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Israeli Pluristem signed Commercialization Agreement with CHA from Korea
Elbit Systems and Sharp Aviation K will establish Joint Company in South Korea
Elbit Systems Ltd from Israel announced today the establishment of Sharp Elbit Systems Aerospace, Inc. ("SESA"), a jointly owned company in South Korea, with Sharp Aviation K Inc., located in Seoul, South Korea.
The Israeli BATM to provide fibre network solutions in Yongin, Korea
BATM Advanced Communications Limited, a leading Israeli provider of real-time technologies for the networked telecoms and medical laboratory equipment markets, announced
Pantech Korea is using Israeli Video Call Technology in its VEGA mobiles
Radvision from Israel, an Avaya Company, and Pantech, a leading South Korean LTEmobile phone manufacturer, today announced that they have teamed to deliver VEGA mobile phones with high quality video calling capabilities.
Helen Doron Educational Group from Israel entering the Korean market
Helen Doron Educational Group from Israel, an international leaders in early educational programs for children, officially announced on entering to the South Korean market and establish Helen Doron Korea.
Israeli Teva to establish Business Venture with Handok
Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. and the Korean Handok Pharmaceuticals Co., Ltd. announced today their agreement to establish a business venture in South Korea, allowing Teva to gain entrance into the Korean pharmaceutical market, currently valued at approximately USD 14 billion.
Israeli Startups looking for Far East partners
For a country of just under eight million people, Israel punches considerably above its tech weight. According to the Israeli government, the country has the most scientists and technicians in the world per capita, and the largest number of start-ups per capita.
Israeli Solar Battery Start-Up, Sol Chip, raised $1M
Sol Chip completed its second-round financing of $1 million. Half the amount was raised from the Israel Electric Corporation. The balance from a New York investment bank and several private investors.
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