Cardinal China Sell-Off Deal Advances
The potential acquisition of Cardinal Health’s China business by Shanghai Pharmaceuticals could have significant strategic implications for the state-owned suitor, but it’s probably still “hard to assume” how the transaction may finally pan out. Expectations around the deal value are still in excess of $1bn, investor sources tell Scrip.
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