The End Is Nigh For Mylan, But How Different Will The New Company Be?
Mylan will be merged into a new company with Pfizer’s Upjohn, closing the chapter on a generic drug powerhouse that will be remembered as much for scandal as success.
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Mylan Will Invest $1bn In India
Generics giant Mylan, which has a large chunk of its manufacturing operations in India, has said it will invest $1bn over the next five to six years in the country, maintaining the spending pace the company has established over the last few years.
Will The Pfizer-Mylan Deal Face Antitrust Hurdles?
It's possible the US Federal Trade Commission could require Mylan or Pfizer's Upjohn to divest some pharmaceuticals as the companies have more than 70 overlapping products.