Big Pharma’s Busiest Deal-Makers In 2021 Were Less Prolific Than In 2020
Totals for aggregate deals and in the M&A, alliance and divestment categories were similar among the 10 busiest deal makers from 2020 to 2021, but COVID-19 may have driven a more hectic deal-making pace overall in 2020.
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