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Managing H1N1 Expectations: Avoiding Peak-Trough Financial Syndrome

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

Big government contracts can be bittersweet financial events. The sudden influx of contracts in the hundreds of millions is dramatic version of public stimulus for the vaccine business, but automatically raises a tough question from the financial community: how will you match that in the future?

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