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Sanofi/Aventis Merger Would Prevent Plavix-Style Profit-Sharing Agreements, CEO Says

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Executive Summary

Sanofi downplays Aventis' sales force as a major reason for merging with its French neighbor. Sanofi has nine late-stage products, including the smoking cessation/obesity agent rimonabant and antiarrhythmic dronedarone.

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