Teva Moves On From Restructuring To Improving Margins
As Israeli Firm Sees Mixed Impact From COVID-19 Pandemic
Teva has expanded on plans to improve its profit margins after emerging from a years-long restructuring program that has cut its cost base by over $3bn. The Israeli company reported first-quarter sales ahead by 5% to $4.36bn, seeing a “mixed bag” effect from the COVID-19 pandemic as well as positive results from new launches including two US biosimilars.
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