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Glaxo In Charge, And The World Is GSK/Novartis Consumer Product JV’s Oyster

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

GSK Consumer Healthcare not only is the name of Glaxo/Novartis JV, but also the brand being added to Novartis’ OTC products. The JV will access OTC switch opportunities across the Rx portfolios of both Glaxo and Novartis in addition to external partners, says Americas/Europe head Brian McNamara.

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