Big step forward for South Korea's vaccine hub ambition, but country still faces shortage in stocks
SEOUL – South Korea and the United States signed deals on vaccine partnership when President Moon Jae-in met his US counterpart Joe Biden in Washington last week, paving the way for Seoul’s ambition to become a global vaccine hub.
Experts noted however that South Korea still faces the fundamental problem of shrinking vaccine stocks in the country due to a global shortage.
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