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Pfizer, Wyeth Japan Subsidiaries Merge To Become Second-largest Pharma

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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TOKYO - Pfizer Japan and Wyeth Japan, both of them fully owned by their U.S. parent firms, announced their merger, effective June 1, becoming Japan's second-largest pharmaceutical manufacturer after Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. and expanding Pfizer Japan's cardio and neural product lineup with Wyeth's vaccines

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