Mylan Strikes €642m Deal For Aspen’s Thrombosis Business In Europe
Diversifies Mylan Further Ahead Of Viatris
With Mylan continuing to count down the days until its merger with Pfizer’s Upjohn completes, the US firm has struck a deal to acquire Aspen Pharmacare’s thrombosis business in Europe, bolstering what is already a $4bn operation.
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Spain’s Laboratorios Farmaceuticos Rovi has set out why it remains confident in its prospects for its Becat (enoxaparin) biosimilar to Sanofi’s Lovenox/Clexane while providing an update for the firm’s Doria once-a-month injectable formulation of risperidone.
Aspen Pharmacare is continuing to ponder offloading another part of its operations, with bids under consideration for its significant API business units. The company only recently sold a basket of products in South Africa to Acino.