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Go east

29 May 2006 By Robert Cyran

Pliva, the Croatian drugs maker, is the subject of a $2bn bidding war, following a wave of foreign takeovers of Eastern European groups. The reason? Generic drug sales are going gangbusters. And low labour costs and EU expansion means the Eastern Europeans are in a sweet spot.

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