Wyeth’s International OTC Growth Offsets Drop In U.S. Robitussin Sales
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Sales of Wyeth's OTC products increased 10.4 percent worldwide in its fiscal 2008 first quarter despite a 14.2 percent drop in sales of its Robitussin cough/cold products, the firm says
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