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Mid-Sized European Companies Eager to Acquire During Growth Spurt

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Among Europe’s flourishing niche of mid-sized pharmaceutical companies, Italy’s Recordati and Spain’s Almirall have snapped up smaller local companies during the past six to nine months, while Switzerland’s Actelion is concentrating on executing new product launches while considering M&A.

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