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Hikma Awaits Advair Opportunity

While Ellipta Rivals Will Bear Fruit Further Down The Line

Executive Summary

Hikma still sees a substantial opportunity in the generic Advair Diskus market once it makes it to market, according to CEO Siggi Olafsson, while rivals to GSK’s Ellipta range will also be coming into focus several years down the line. Meanwhile, nasal sprays gained through deals with Insys and Glenmark will aid in efforts to differentiate the firm’s non-injectables business in the US.

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