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Teva/Ivax Merger Will Create Significant Pricing Flexibility In Generics

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Teva is prepared to leverage its $7.4 bil. acquisition of Ivax to offer the lowest prices on generic drugs "if need be," Ivax Chairman Phillip Frost said July 26 during a call regarding the deal

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