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Sanofi-aventis Announces Good First-quarter 2009 Performance
Date:4/29/2009

2,178 million, up 15.7% (8.7% at constant exchange rate). The ratio of adjusted net income excluding selected items(1) to net sales improved by 3.5 points to 30.6%.

Adjusted earnings per share (EPS) excluding selected items was euro 1.67. This represents growth of 16.8% versus the 2008 first-quarter figure of euro 1.43, or 9.8% growth at constant exchange rates.

Selected Items

Selected items represented a net loss of euro 18 million for the quarter, compared with a net loss of euro 20 million for the first quarter of 2008. The 2009 first-quarter figure comprises:

  • euro 8 million of restructuring costs arising on adaptation measures initiated in 2008 in Europe;
  • euro 20 million of impairment losses arising from the decision to halt the development of TroVax(R);
  • net of the euro 10 million tax effect on the selected items described above.

Adjustments in the consolidated financial statements to reflect the application of purchase accounting to acquisitions, primarily that of Aventis

Research and Development

Review of the R&D portfolio

We have just completed a comprehensive and rigorous review of our R&D portfolio, the first critical phase in the transformation of our Research & Development effort. This was an objective exercise, performed by a mix of in-house teams and external consultants. Our project reassessment process looked not only at scientific and medical criteria (in particular, the degree of innovation) but also at commercial, regulatory and market access criteria (such as the extent of patient needs, the expected value of each project, and the commercial risk). This review has enabled us to refocus our portfolio on the most promising projects and to reallocate resources
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