Beximco Completes Acquisition Of Sanofi Bangladesh
Company Takes Majority Stake In Sanofi Bangladesh For Just Over $50m
Beximco has completed its acquisition of a majority stake in Sanofi Bangladesh to “expand its core capabilities and product offerings.” With its second major acquisition under its belt, Beximco said that it plans to continue its diversification and expansion.
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