Vifor Pharma


Robust finish to FY18; mid-term financial targets within reach

15/03/19 -"Vifor reported strong FY18 results with revenue as well profits exceeding the already raised targets – driven by Ferinject, Veltassa and VFMCRP. The positive growth momentum is likely to continue in ..."

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15/03/19
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