M&A A Major Pillar Of Sumitomo Dainippon's New Mid-Term Plan
Mid-size Japanese player Sumitomo Dainippon sets aside billions for potential M&A deals under a new business plan designed to fill gaps in its neurology pipeline as it prepares to lose exclusivity for its top global product.
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