Teva completes Cephalon acquisition

JERUSALEM — Teva Pharmaceutical Industries has completed its acquisition of another drug maker, following clearance from the Federal Trade Commission.

Teva said its acquisition of Frazier, Pa.-based Cephalon, valued at $6.8 billion, will help the company build out its branded and specialty pharmaceuticals business. The combined company is expected to generate about $20 billion in revenues (on a pro-forma basis) for the 12 months ended in June.

In relation to the deal, Teva sold three generic drugs to Par Pharmaceutical Cos.

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