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Teva’s U.S. Generic Sales Rebound With Late-Year Launches, Ranbaxy Lipitor Deal

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The Israel-based manufacturer saw its full-year U.S. generic revenues drop 32% due to expired marketing exclusivities and manufacturing problems at two plants. However, the fourth quarter brought a rebound, thanks to launches of generic Zyprexa and Combivir and a profit-sharing agreement on atorvastatin.

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