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Novo Japan Notches 10% Growth in 2020, President Proud of This Feat amid Market Decline

April 13, 2021
Novo Nordisk saw its sales climb 10.4% to 97.8 billion yen in Japan in 2020, becoming one of a small number of pharma companies to rack up growth in the falling market, with multiple diabetes drugs launched since 2019 giving…

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