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Novartis' New Kind of Pharma Deal

Executive Summary

Novartis' two-step, $39 billion agreement to take a majority share of eye-group Alcon represents a very new kind of pharma deal: with pharma re-defined to include consumer care and surgery; and, for the first few years at least, with the buyer remaining an arm's length investor.
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