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Closely held Fininvest has stakes in media, biotechnology and finance, including his two largest holdings, Banca Mediolanum SpA, which had a total return of 34 percent since Nov. 28, 2016, and Mediaset, which returned 44.3 percent.
It was initially slated to be sold for $2.5 million to CoLab Partners LLC for a bioscience and biotechnology laboratory.
North Korea has also sent its scientists to study advanced biotechnology abroad.
Margules’ broad experience has given him an in-depth knowledge in medical devices, therapeutics, biotechnology and diagnostics.
Calvillo is employed by Scantibodies, working with livestock in the field of biotechnology.
Kim's trip to the biotechnology institute came just two days later, and was clearly intended to send a message, Hanham said in an interview.
The local universities have invested heavily in recent years in science and engineering programs, nurturing a booming biotechnology industry.
Drugmakers, research outfits and biotechnology companies will all participate in the effort, called a sector deal, according to the people, who asked not to be identified because the information isn’t yet public.
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