Fast-rising generics producer breaks ice in the US via merger

Jarvis, Lisa
May 2005
Chemical Market Reporter;5/30/2005, Vol. 267 Issue 22, p35
Trade Publication
Reports that Actavis Group based in Reykjavik, Iceland, has improved its financial performance by making good on a long-standing goal of penetrating the U.S. market in the generic pharmaceuticals arena. Total revenue of the company in 2004; Number of products sold in the U.S. market for cardiovascular and central nervous system drug; Increase of sales in 2005.


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