CPGP/ PharmaCanada Trade Mission A Success!

We are happy to announce  that the CPGP/ PharmaCanada Trade Mission to the Philippines with Premier Christy Clark and the Ministry of International Trade was a success. The trip included a wreath laying ceremony at Rizal Park in Manila Bay, the burial site of national hero José Rizal. At the Fairmont Makati, there was a signing ceremony witnessed by BC Premier Christy Clark, of the MOA between PharmaCanada (a subsidiary of CPGP) and Hi-Precision Diagnostics.  Vice-Chairman and COO of PharmaCanada Dr. Oscar Tinio signed, and then the VP Business Development Selwyn Cu signed on behalf of Hi-Precision Diagnostics. Chairman and CEO Bob Rai was also a signatory on behalf of Canadian Pacific Global Pharmaceuticals. We were touched by the hospitality of our hosts at the reception that followed, during which Premier Clark gave a speech and a ceremonial ribbon cutting took place  to commemorate the opening of the new B.C. Government office in Manila.

The following day  we attended a Joint Business Luncheon. This was a networking event that included BC Mission Delegates, government agencies, companies / individuals from Makati Business Club (MBC), Management Association of Philippines (MAP) and the Philippines Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI). During the Luncheon, Premier Clark highlighted our signing in her address to the attendees.  Overall, we feel that the Mission was a great success.

CPGP/ PharmaCanada (www.earlycancerdetect.com) will be the preferred provider of Health Care services, Medical equipment and supplies, particularly for the early detection of cancer in the Philippines.

PharmaCanada provides leading technologies, products, and services that will make early cancer detection available and affordable to doctors, dentists, health care professionals, their patients and the community at large. We aim to contribute to the overall improvement of the country's health and to add value to the individuals quality of life through effective health promotion, advocacy, and education of early cancer detection.

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