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UK Biotechs Look Destined To Remain Bit Players

GW Pharma And Kymab Sold In Less Than A Month

Executive Summary

Another promising British-based company, GW Pharma, has been acquired, this time by mid-sized US player Jazz. Is it a pipedream that a UK biotech could be in a position to pull off a $7bn takeover of its own or does it really not matter?

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