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Takeda Feels Need For Speed In Approaching Shire Integration

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Takeda has fleshed out several aspects of its planned acquisition of Shire, emphasizing the need for speed and decisiveness if the integration is to be successful, although investors may need more reassurance ahead of required shareholder approval. 

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