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Mylan Announces Appointment of Didier Barret as President, Europe, Middle East and Africa
Date:10/2/2007

PITTSBURGH, Oct. 2 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Mylan Inc. (NYSE: MYL) today announced the appointment of Didier Barret to the position of President, EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) following the completion of Mylan's acquisition of Merck's Generics Group today.

At Merck Generics, M. Barret most recently served as Region Director, EMEA, reporting to the CEO. He was promoted to that position in 2004 following his role as Area Director for Southern Europe, where he was responsible for France, Belgium, Italy, Spain and Portugal. He established Merck Generics' first operations in France in 1995, growing the business to exceed euro 341 million in sales by 2006. Prior to this, M. Barret held several positions within Merck's branded division, including sales and marketing in the UK and France.

Mylan Vice Chairman and CEO Robert J. Coury commented: "We are very pleased to welcome Didier to the senior leadership team at Mylan. He is a phenomenal operator and leader, having created Merck Generic's business in France literally from nothing to becoming the strong and growing business it is today. Under his leadership of the EMEA region since 2004, growth from operations in these territories has been extremely impressive, at around 12% annual compound growth. As we take our place as a global leader in the generics and specialty pharmaceutical industry, Didier will play a key role in ensuring that we maximize our many opportunities for growth and success moving forward in the EMEA region."

M. Barret said: "I am very excited to be part of the new Mylan. There is a real cultural fit between our organizations and the new management team under Robert is very much operating with a unified vision. Together, our combin
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