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Bangalore to host bio-tech meet

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NEW DELHI, March 19

THE Karnataka Government's task-force on bio-technology, Vision Group on BT, is preparing to host Bio 2002 — the platform to showcase biotechnology in healthcare, nutraceuticals and the pharma industry.

On whether the Karnataka was picking up the gauntlet thrown by the Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister, who is currently pushing the cause of bio-tech companies, Dr E.V. Ramana Reddy, Director, IT and Biotechnology, Karnataka, said there was place for many players in the segment.

Scheduled to be held between April 15 -17, the event would feature the B2B forum, which would facilitate business transactions, besides exchanges between industry, academia and venture capitalists.

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