Foxconn, TSMC to buy 10 mln COVID vaccine doses for Taiwan

Monday 12 July 2021 | 10:34 CET | News
Taiwanese manufacturer Foxconn and chip giant TSMC have signed agreements with BioNTech to acquire 10 mln COVID vaccine doses worth USD 350 million (approximately GBP 252 million), BBC reports. Under the terms of the contracts, Foxconn and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC) will acquire five million doses of the vaccine each and donate them to the government for distribution. The deal was announced by BioNTech's Chinese sales agent Shanghai Fosun Pharmaceutical Group.

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Categories: General
Companies: BBC / Foxconn
Countries: Thailand
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