GSK Banks On Stronger Offer For Consumer Healthcare
The Guardian|January 17, 2022
With typical bravado, GlaxoSmithKline has dismissed three takeover bids from Unilever for its consumer healthcare venture with Pfizer, including one worth £50bn received just before Christmas.
Julia Kollewe

The drugmaker has decided to push on with plan A, namely the demerger and stock market flotation this summer of the consumer health business .

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