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With Pfizer As Cornerstone Investor, Will Shanghai Pharmaceutical Be Largest Pharma IPO Ever?

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The company has secured four cornerstone investors to purchase shares together worth $550 million, with total net proceeds from the global offering possibly reaching as high $2.46 billion.

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