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Q1 Was Slow For Deals, But That Could Change With One Big Transaction – PwC

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Life science deal-making declined by volume during the first quarter, but aggregate value was up. Looking ahead, PwC sees an ideal environment for major deals – if something like Takeda/Shire sparks a trend.

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