Taiwan divestment another step in Eisai's manufacturing shake-out
This article was originally published in Scrip
Eisai's decision to divest its production facility in Taiwan forms part of the Japanese firm's wider effort to restructure its global manufacturing operations to align with changing demand and to control costs amid broader revenue pressures.
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