Teva JV Allows Takeda To Offload Mature Japan Portfolio
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Takeda is to transfer the bulk of its mature products in Japan into a new joint venture with Teva, in a move that will allow the Japanese firm to focus on its innovative portfolio while boosting the Israeli generic giant’s reach in Japan's fast-growing generics sector.
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