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Perrigo's Turnaround Tools: 'National Brand,' Novel NRTs, CBD And Natural Products, Sponsoring OTC Switches

Executive Summary

Following investor day conference, market analysts gave Perrigo points for an ambitious three-year plan while also noting the degree of difficulty it faces in succeeding. Other changes planned to stem slump sales and earnings slump include potentially getting into CBD supplement space and getting back into VMS manufacturing after leaving the sector in one of several moves since 2015 intended to help drive net income and improve its margin.

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