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HCV Buyup Continues As Bristol Offers $2.5 Billion For Inhibitex

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Executive Summary

Driven by a desire to acquire Phase II nucleotide polymerase inhibitor INX-189, the pharma agrees to pay a 163% premium over Inhibitex’s closing share price on Jan. 6.

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