Takeda-Shire In India: Sleeping Giant?
Will Takeda take a less measured approach in India, where Shire brings it a significant on-market portfolio? Scrip outlines the current shape of things in the promising but complex emerging market as the two companies head towards combining forces globally.
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Takeda has introduced rare disease therapies from Shire’s portfolio in India and appears to be shifting gears in a market where it has long adopted a measured approach. But pricing and access to these products pose challenges that the Japanese multinational will need to address.
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