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AZ's Alexion Acquisition Looks Astute Bit Of Business

Offers $39bn For Rare Disease Drug Pioneer

Executive Summary

Some analysts are suggesting that AstraZeneca is getting hold of a "scarce and high-quality asset" in Alexion for a very reasonable price and shareholders could demand more than the $175 per share offer on the table.

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