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Johnson & Johnson Looks At Acquiring Baby-Care Vendor In China

August 9, 2012: 12:00 AM EST
Johnson & Johnson is reportedly considering buying baby-care products company Shanghai Elsker, which could help expand its presence in China’s fast growing baby-care market. Considering the rapid rate of expansion of China’s baby-care market, it makes a lot of sense for Johnson & Johnson to acquire Shanghai Elsker. Founded in 2006, Shanghai Elsker manufactures baby-care products and imports popular brands from Denmark and sells them in China.
"Johnson & Johnson Mulls Acquisition of Baby Product Manufacturer in China", Trefis, August 09, 2012, © Trefis
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