Chinese firm says to provide Taiwan with 10m Covid-19 vaccines

The company has agreed to provide the vaccines via its Hong Kong subsidiary to Taiwan chipmaker TSMC and the charity foundation of Terry Gou. ― Reuters pic
The company has agreed to provide the vaccines via its Hong Kong subsidiary to Taiwan chipmaker TSMC and the charity foundation of Terry Gou. ― Reuters pic

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TAIPEI, July 11 — China’s Shanghai Fosun Pharmaceutical Group Co Ltd, the Chinese sales agent for Germany’s BioNTech SE, said today it had signed a deal to provide 10 million doses of Covid-19 vaccine to Taiwan.

The company has agreed to provide the vaccines via its Hong Kong subsidiary to Taiwan chipmaker TSMC and the charity foundation of Terry Gou, the billionaire founder of contract electronics maker Foxconn. — Reuters

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