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The Pandemic Hurt, But EY Expects More Biopharma Deal-Making In 2021

Life Sciences M&A Was Almost Half Of 2019’s Record

Executive Summary

COVID-19 drove down both deal-making and biopharma “firepower” for part of 2020, but the industry began rebounding. This year should see significant bolt-on M&A activity and technology-driven alliances, according to EY.

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