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Baxter’s Split Into Two Companies Bears Similarity To Abbott’s Biopharma Spinout

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The Illinois-based company will spin out its biopharma business by mid-2015, creating two public companies that will cater to vastly different markets. Yet, both companies are expected to boast strong balance sheets and be in position to make acquisitions.

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