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China Investment Roundup: Active Deal-Making And A Record Overseas Acquisition

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Chinese pharma and biotech grew increasingly active in deal-makings in the past months, with the largest outbound acquisition on record in April, a €1.3bn takeover deal made by Creat Group to German Biotest, while domestic big pharmas allotting investment to set up biologic divisions.

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