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EY: Don’t Expect Mega-Mergers To Return, But ‘Never Say Never’

EY Predicts Continued Emphasis On Bolt-On Deals, Partnerships In 2022

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Firm’s annual biopharma firepower report notes there were no mega-mergers in 2021 and the conditions continue to make smaller deals and partnerships a better risk proposition.

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