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Vaccines Chess Game Continues With Baxter Sale To Pfizer

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Executive Summary

Pfizer, which saw 13% growth in its global vaccines business during the second quarter, pays $635 million to buy a pair of vaccines from Baxter. The meningitis and encephalitis vaccines, sold mainly in Europe, are expected to generate combined sales of about $300 million this year.

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