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Shionogi Sets Up In Europe, To Develop Pipeline Before The "Crestor Cliff"

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily

Executive Summary

Anticipating the loss of royalties from Crestor in the next five years, Japanese innovator Shionogi continues its globalization process with a U.K. headquarters to pursue development of its late-stage research pipeline in Europe.

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