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Second Phase Of Takeda’s Globalization Plan Calls For Partial Integration Of Millennium

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Executive Summary

The next phase of Takeda’s globalization strategy emphasizes organizational house cleaning. Millennium, which had operated as a standalone oncology outpost, will be partially integrated into Takeda R&D but the commitment to oncology in terms of resources and investment remains firm.

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