Daewoo lands $30 million medical contract in Indonesia

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Daewoo lands $30 million medical contract in Indonesia


Daewoo International, a Korean trading firm, said yesterday it has won a $30 million deal to provide medical equipment for an Indonesian hospital.

Under the deal with the Indonesian government, Daewoo International will supply approximately 250 items of medical equipment to Adam Malik Hospital in Medan, North Sumatra, the company said.

The project will be financed with Seoul’s economic development cooperation fund. Yonhap

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