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Sawai’s Recent US Launches Outperform Expectations

Japanese Company Reports Modest Nine-Month Growth

Executive Summary

Sawai’s sales increased on the back of a good performance from recently-launched products in the first nine months of its financial year. However, given the competitive environment the Japanese company is continuing to stick to its full-year forecasts.

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