Teva looking to Taiyo to take it to the top in Japan
This article was originally published in Scrip
With a growing generics market currently valued at around $6 billion, and a $7-10 billion generics opportunity stemming from the $17 billion worth of branded sales set to come off local patent over the next three to five years, Japan represents an attractive business prospect that Teva Pharmaceutical Industries wants to be a part of.
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