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Towa Plans 10 Launches In December 2020

Company Saw Softened Performance in Its Second Quarter For Fiscal 2021

Executive Summary

After a strong first quarter, Japan’s Towa Pharmaceuticals saw stability in its domestic revenues but a drop in revenues from its overseas business in its financial second quarter. After launching a series of molecules in June 2020, the company has lined up 10 launches for December 2020 as well. 

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