Takeda Sees Mainstays Tiding It Over Upcoming Expiries
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As Takeda reported what its CEO described as "a remarkable year," the company sees itself as well positioned to ride out the expiries over the next few years of exclusivity for several big-selling products, as it looks to mainstays and more organic growth to tide it over the "temporary headwinds."
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