A Trough Year For Teva, With A Turning Point Targeted For 2020
As the company's turnaround plan matures, 2019 will remain a year of cost-cutting and focus as it looks to pay down debt and stabilize its financials. "We'll be focused on optimizing our own business rather than adding new businesses," CEO Schultz said.
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