Sawai Soars To New Heights In US But Flounders In Domestic Market
One-Off Expenses, NHI Revision And Shipment Limitations All Hurt Japanese Firm
While Sawai’s dominant Japanese business appeared under some strain as the firm started its 2022 financial year, the company appears confident that it is still on track to meet its annual forecast.
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