Novartis Sees Space For Sandoz But In A Slimmer Streamlined Form
Sandoz has a place within Novartis as a more autonomous unit, the Swiss group’s CEO Vas Narasimhan says. But the generics and biosimilars division will have to sharpen up, aided by a 7% workforce cut.
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With an optimized manufacturing base, a narrower geographic footprint, and a tighter portfolio focus on differentiated biosimilars and hard-to-make generics, Novartis believes a more autonomous Sandoz division can remain an “integral part” of the Swiss group.