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Takeda Secures TiGenix But Investor Shire Concerns Bubble Up

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Takeda has closed its $630m acquisition of European regenerative medicine company TiGenix following a successful bid process, but is facing new pressure from a group of shareholders in Japan concerned about its planned purchase of Shire – valued at around 100 times that amount.

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