This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Acquires Fisons' consumer health products business in Australia and New Zealand, including the Rosken line of therapeutic skin care products and the Infacol infant anti-gas product. The acquisition allows W-L to enter the skin care category in Oceania as well as to augment its existing product offerings in that region, the firm said. In recent months, W-L has made several strategic moves overseas, including the purchase of Wilkinson Sword's worldwide wet shave business and the formation of a research-based alliance with French drug firm Jouveinal
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