FiercePharma  Nov 10  Comment 
Teva is reportedly looking to form a Chinese joint venture, two of Lupin's plants were hit with a combined FDA warning letter, China's EOC Pharma has raised $32 million to help bring several cancer drugs to market and more.
FierceBiotech  Nov 7  Comment 
Shanghai-based biotech EOC Pharma has raised $32 million from Chinese investors to help it bring a series of cancer drugs to market.
TechCrunch  May 9  Comment 
 Whether flying food or medication to customers’ doors, drones for delivery have arrived. Businesses as far-ranging as UPS, Domino’s, Amazon and the hospital group Ticino EOC are testing drones. Still, most drones built for delivery only fly...
Forbes  Apr 11  Comment 
CDC’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC) was activated January 22, 2016, and moved to a level 1 activation—the highest level–on February 8, 2016. The EOC is the command center for monitoring and coordinating the emergency response to Zika,...
Finance Asia  Sep 4  Comment 
Offshore support services provider begins roadshows for the deal, which is being pitched on a range of S$194 million to S$230 million.


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Empresa Nacional de Electricidad de Chile S.A. (EOC), or Endesa-Chile, is a unit of Enersis, the Latin American arm of Spanish energy company, Endesa. The company belonged to the Chilean government until 1989, when it was privatized in a series of public offerings. Enersis maintains an equity stake of roughly 60% in Endesa-Chile. Endesa-Chile is a leading power generator and distributor of electricity in Chile, which accounts for 40% of the company's operating income. Colombia, Argentina, Peru, and Brazil each contribute 33%, 9%, 14%, and 4%, respectively, of its remaining operating income. Endesa-Chile has 13 hydroelectric plants, which have a net generating capacity of 2,889 megawatts (MW), and eight coal-, oil-, and gas-fired plants with a net generating capacity of 1,036 MW. Currently, Endesa represents 19% of the total installed capacity of Colombia, 22% of Peru, 38% of Chile, 1% of Brazil, and 15% of Argentina. Endesa's entire business in South America has a total generation capacity of 12,332.8 MW divided among 46 different plants, as follows:

Total Generation Capacity in South America in MW:


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