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As Arab Spring Stabilizes, Hikma Sees Improved Results And Better Position

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily

Executive Summary

For a company like Jordan-based Hikma Pharmaceuticals PLC with over half of its business operating in the Middle East and North Africa, the first half of 2011 has been a challenging time.

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