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Chief Executive Change At Teva Illustrates Diversification Emphasis At Major Generic Drug Makers

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Most of the top 20 generic drug makers are subsidiaries of diversified pharmas or smaller generics-only plays based in the Far East. But diversification, although long a goal, is now urgent for the three major independent generic firms – Teva, Mylan and Watson.

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