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Alabama biotech leaders build ties on Europe trade mission

COPENHAGEN – Leaders in Alabama’s life sciences industry have arrived in Denmark for the second leg of a trade mission aimed at seeking new markets in Europe for their products and encouraging new investment in the state sector.

The 22-member delegation, which includes representatives from across Alabama, just wrapped up a successful three-day stay in Germany, where they met with other bioscience businesses, medical organizations and trade experts.

“We look forward to encouraging even more partnerships with colleagues here in Europe,” said Greg Canfield, secretary of the Alabama Department of Commerce. “This is a prime opportunity for Alabama’s life sciences industry to grow, not just in overseas markets but also in new investments back home.”

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