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Sanofi Stays Mum On Genzyme But Near-Term M&A Appears Likely

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Sanofi-Aventis is interested in acquiring a company with market cap up to $20 billion, CEO Viehbacher says, leaving open the possibility of acquiring Genzyme.

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