Bayer (Germany) to sell dental business:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Bayer (Germany) plans to sell its dental business and has made initial contacts with potential purchasers, reports German daily Handelsblatt. The dental activities, which include false teeth and X-ray materials, have sales of around DM 200 million ($146 million) and employ 600 people.
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