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Valeant shares soar as acquisitions position firm for expansion in two high …

Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc.’s proposed acquisition of Salix Pharmaceuticals Ltd. and another recent deal position the company to expand in two new high-growth therapeutic areas, Valeant senior executives say.
Valeant shares surge 13% on Salix deal  
Valeant shares hit all-time high Salix deal, largest acquisition in its history  
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