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Servier Offers $483 Million To Buy Rest Of Hungarian Generics Maker Egis

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily

Executive Summary

After holding a 51% stake in Egis for 18 years, France's mid-sized pharma company Servier is now offering nearly $483 million to buy the rest of the Hungarian generics company.

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