Specialty Pharma In Europe: Is Long-Term Independence Still An Option?
Current European-based specialty pharma companies are in transition, awaiting key regulatory decisions, overhauling management or engaged in M&A. Their fates will help answer a critical question: under what circumstances can this class of companies continue to deliver long term growth as independent entities?
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