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Takeda Sheds Select Product Assets In Mid-East, Emerging Markets To Acino

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In a continued effort to pay down its debt pile from the acquisition of Shire, Takeda is to offload around 30 selected OTC and Rx products in certain Middle East and other emerging markets to private Swiss group Acino.

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