Actavis’ Transformative Dealmaking
A steady stream of M&A and licensing activity, starting with the buyout of Andrx in 2006, spurred Actavis’ a.k.a. Watson’s transformation into a global specialty pharma. This led the way to the 2012 merger with Actavis and now the proposed buyout of Forest, creating a new, global specialty and generics player.
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