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Japan Q2 Roundup: Mixed Bag For Majors But Forex Provides Boost

Executive Summary

Japan's top pharma firms logged generally strong performances for mainstay global drugs in the fiscal period ended 30 September, with the weakened yen adding substantially to figures for those with large overseas sales. Astellas and Eisai are among those awaiting important global-first approvals for potential blockbusters.

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