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Roche R&D Spending Surge Reflects In-House Innovation, M&A Prices

‘Costs Being Squeezed Everywhere’ To Fund R&D

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A surprise surge in Roche's R&D spending this year reflects high quality in-house innovation opportunities as well as high prices for external M&A targets, management said.

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