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China's 3SBio lays out final $340m go-private proposal

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Following an initial CEO-led proposal last September to take itself private, 3SBio has finalized an agreement that could see the mid-sized Chinese biotech firm delist from Nasdaq in the US in the second quarter of this year.

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