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China JV Exit To Give Takeda More Focus, Cash

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Takeda is selling its majority share in China biopharma joint venture Techpool to focus on its key growth areas in this market and raise cash ahead of the Shire acquisition, in a move that will also boost its former partner’s presence in manufacturing and critical care.

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