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Novartis sells flu vaccine business at knockdown rate

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Executive Summary

Novartis has agreed to sell its influenza vaccines business to CSL of Australia for little over half of the annual revenues it generates. CSL is paying $275m, while the business had sales of $527m in 2013. Novartis will book a non-cash impairment charge of $1.1bn to reflect the difference in the book value of the assets being sold and the selling price.



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