China’s Ping An buys stake in Japanese herbal drugs firm

The Chinese insurer and Japan’s Tsumura will jointly make and sell the latter's traditional medicine products in China.

China’s Ping An buys stake in Japanese herbal drugs firm

Ping An Insurance is buying a 10% stake in Tsumura, which makes and sells Japanese herbal medicine, known as kampo drugs. 

Kampo has its roots in Chinese culture, and now the insurance company is reuniting the two branches of traditional medicine.

Together, Ping An and Tsumura will form a joint venture in China to combine the secrets of kampo with traditional Chinese medicine, from cultivation of herbs to the final product....

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