Solvay to promote Stallergenes' products in ex-Soviet republics
This article was originally published in Scrip
Solvay Pharmaceuticals Marketing and Licensing, part of the Solvay group, has signed an agreement to promote and distribute the products of Stallergenes, a pharmaceutical company based in Antony, France, in ex-Soviet republics. Stallergenes said it would adopt a tailored product offer strategy and would work closely with the partner.
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