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Hikma Set To Buy Back £295m In Shares

Firm Welcomes New Investors As It Buys Back Boehringer Ingelheim Shares

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Boehringer Ingelheim, which holds a 16.4% share of Hikma along with voting rights, is ready to exit the company altogether as Hikma decides to buy back £295m worth of shares. Hikma has invited new investors, expressing confidence in its future plans.

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