3498
Flu Vaccine Unit Sold
World Economy

Flu Vaccine Unit Sold

Australia’s CSL Ltd, the world’s largest blood products company, said on Monday it had agreed to buy Novartis AG’s global influenza vaccine business for $275m, part of the Swiss drugmaker’s drive to focus on its best assets, Reuters reported. The sale of the flu business will conclude Novartis’ overhaul of its units which it had flagged in April, aimed at strengthening its cancer business and exiting underperforming operations.

 

Short URL : http://goo.gl/AnsiWP

You can also read ...

India’s economy has the potential to grow at 8% over the next 20 years.
A new UN report flags subdued private investment in India as a...
Southeast Asia Internet Economy to Reach $50b
Digital businesses can’t afford to ignore Southeast Asia,...
The Norges Bank, Fed, BoE, ECB and SNB collectively set borrowing costs for more than a third of the world economy.
Wall Street economists are telling investors to brace for the...
Afghan Reforms Showing Progress
The International Monetary Fund has praised the Afghan...
Fears of Bubble in World’s Biggest Stocks
The world’s biggest companies could be hiding the biggest...
Petrol prices are set to increase by about 80%.
Saudi Arabia plans to raise domestic petrol and jet fuel...
Russia: Sanctions Worst Form of Protectionism
Russian economy minister has urged the World Trade...
That decision to leave the EU prompted a sharp 15% fall in the pound, which raised the cost of imported goods, notably food and oil.
Consumer price inflation hit a near six-year high of 3.1% in...

Trending

Googleplus