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M&A Analysis: M&A Rises In 2017 As Market Set To Bounce Back In 2018

Executive Summary

2017 proved to be a busy year for medtech M&A activity, with the number of deals rising from 174 in 2016, to 206 in 2017. The year also brought a number of notable acquisitions, including Becton Dickinson's blockbuster $24bn purchase of CR Bard and Dutch health-care giant Philips undertaking an ambitious acquisition spree. Medtech Insight takes a look at the highlights of 2017 and what's in store for 2018.

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