Kaesong Complex A Starting Point For Two Koreas' Healthcare Cooperation?
As political talks gain momentum, the Kaesong Industrial Complex in North Korea could be the starting point of possible healthcare cooperation with the South, once the relationship between the two countries improves, a South Korean official report suggests.
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