Valeant Includes OTCs In Bid For Dramatic Growth By 2013
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
The Ontario-based firm has its sights set on becoming a top-15 pharma company with a $50 billion market capitalization by the end of 2013. Emerging markets and consumer health products, including the recent iNova and Fleming deals, play a big part in Valeant’s plans.
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