M&A Analysis: Philips Inks Trio Of Deals As Activity Levels Heat Up
It was a hot month for medtech M&A activity, with a total of 21 deals announced and closed in June. Dutch giant Philips continued its mission to grow its health-care business and inked three acquisitions, including a $2bn deal to buy vascular imaging business Spectranetics.
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