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Sanofi-aventis Announces a Good Third Quarter Performance; Increase in 2007 full-year earnings growth guidance
Date:10/31/2007

Adjusted net income excluding selected items:

2007 Q3: euro 1,883 million (up 10.8%), i.e. euro 1.40 per share (up 11.1%), or $2,587 million (up 19.5%), i.e. $1.92 per share (up 19.3%) 2007 9 months: euro 5,532 million (up 6.3%), i.e. euro 4.10 per share (up

5.9%), or $7,435 million (up 14.9%), i.e. $5.50 per share (up 14.3%)

BRIDGEWATER, N.J., Oct. 31 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- In order to give a representation of the underlying economic performance, we present and explain an adjusted income statement. We also report adjusted net income and adjusted EPS (excluding selected items) in U.S. dollars in order to facilitate comparisons with the majority of major pharmaceutical groups. The consolidated income statement for the first nine months of 2007 is provided in the Appendices. Net income for the first nine months of 2007 was euro 4,510 million, against euro 3,431 million for the comparable period of 2006.

2007 third-quarter net sales

- Up 4.4% on a comparable basis (up 1.8% on a reported basis) at euro

7,025 million

- Growth of 6.4% in pharmaceuticals net sales after excluding the impact

of generics of Ambien(R) IR in the United States and Eloxatin(R) in

Europe, in line with the previous quarter

- Growth of 49.2% in net sales for the vaccines business incorporates the

effect of earlier shipments of influenza vaccines than in 2006

Ongoing cost adaptation measures

- Further reduction in selling and general expenses in the third quarter.

Ratio of selling and general expenses to net sales down to 26.3% for

the 9 months to end September 2007, versus 27.9% for the comparable

period of 2006

Main events of the quarter

- Full effect of the recovery of Plavix(R) in the United States

- Acceleration in sales growth of Plavix(R) in Japan, recent extension of

the product's indication

- Launch of Lantus Change on

a a

2007 comparable 2007 comparable

euro million Q3 basis 9 months basis

Europe 229 +6.5% 689 +6.3%

United States 128 +8.5% 378 +8.3%

Other countries 105 +12.9% 304 +17.4%

TOTAL 462 +8.5% 1,371 +9.2%

Third-quarter worldwide sales of Aprovel(R)/Avapro(R)/Karvea(R) were up 8.5% at euro 462 million.

In the United States, the product achieved third-quarter net sales growth of 8.5%.

On April 18, the Cardio-Renal Advisory Committee of the FDA recommended approval of Avalide(R) as an initial treatment for hypertension. Avalide(R) is a fixed-dose combination of irbesartan and hydrochlorothiazide that is currently approved for the treatment of hypertension in patients with blood pressure uncontrolled on monotherapy. If approved, the new indication for Avalide(R) would be the first-line treatment for hypertension in patients who are unlikely to obtain their blood pressure goals on monotherapy.

Net sales by business segment -- Human Vaccines

Third-quarter consolidated net sales for the Human Vaccines business were up 49.2% at euro 943 million.

The period was boosted by earlier shipments of influenza vaccines than in 2006, when a substantial proportion of shipments were postponed to the final quarter. As a result, net sales of influenza vaccines rose by 117.3% in the quarter to euro 365 million.

Adacel(TM) (adult and adolescent tetanus-diphtheria-pertussis booster) and Menactra(R) also performed very strongly in the third quarter, with net sales up 75.9% at euro 77 million and up 124.9% at euro 165 million respectively.

In October, the FDA extended the license for Menactra(R) to children aged 2 through 10 years. The initial license, granted in 2005, was for vaccination of adolescents and adults aged 11 through 55 years.

Consolidated net sales for the Human Vaccines business in the nine months to end September were up 28.3% at euro 2,129 million. Over the period, net sales of Menactra(R) rose by 89.0% to euro 344 million, and net sales of Adacel(TM) were 69.2% higher at euro 195 million.

Change on 2007 Change on

2007 Q3 a 9-month a

net comparable net comparable

euro million sales basis sales basis

Polio/Pertussis/Hib Vaccines 147 -14.0% 518 +6.6%

Adult Booster Vaccines 113 +43.0% 332 +35.5%

Meningitis/Pneumonia Vaccines 190 +95.9% 397 +66.8%

Travel & Other Endemics Vaccines 88 +11.4% 251 +13.1%

Influenza Vaccines 365 +117.3% 521 +37.5%

Other vaccines 40 +5.3% 110 +22.2%

TOTAL 943 +49.2% 2,129 +28.3%

Third-quarter sales at Sanofi Pasteur MSD, the joint venture with Merck & Co in Europe, advanced by 79.2% on a reported basis to euro 324 million, buoyed by the success of Gardasil(R) (net sales of euro 101 million).

Gardasil(R), the first vaccine against papillomavirus infections (which cause cervical cancer) is marketed by Sanofi Pasteur MSD in 19 European countries. To date, Gardasil(R) is funding in 9 European countries.

For the nine months to end September, Sanofi Pasteur MSD reported net sales of euro 669 million, an increase of 43.1% on a reported basis. Net sales of Gardasil(R) totaled euro 182 million over this period. Sanofi Pasteur MSD sales are not consolidated by sanofi-aventis.

Net sales by geographic region

Change on 2007 Change on

2007 Q3 a 9-month a

net comparable net comparable

euro million sales basis sales basis

Europe 2,978 +1.0% 9,128 -0.3%

United States 2,449 +6.1% 7,293 +8.1%

Other countries 1,598 +8.5% 4,720 +9.3%

TOTAL 7,025 +4.4% 21,141 +4.5%

Europe reported slight growth in the third quarter, but continues to be affected by a decline in net sales in France and Germany. In the nine months to end September, net sales fell by 0.3%, with the introduction of generics of Eloxatin(R) paring approximately 1.6% off sales growth for the period.

In the United States, third-quarter net sales rose by 6.1% despite the full effect of generic versions of Ambien(R) IR, which went off patent on April 20, 2006. Excluding the impact of Ambien(R) IR generics, net sales growth in the United States was 23.4%, thanks largely to a very fine performance from the Human Vaccines business.

In the nine months to end September, net sales rose by 8.1%, or by 18.2% excluding the impact of Ambien(R) IR generics from April.

In the "Other countries" region, third-quarter net sales were up 8.5%, driven by Latin America, Japan, the Middle East and Africa. Japan performed particularly well in the third quarter, posting double-digit growth thanks to an acceleration in sales growth for Plavix(R). In the nine months to end September, net sales in the "Other Countries" region rose by 9.3%.

Adjusted consolidated income statement

The adjusted consolidated income statement is presented in Appendix 3.

Refer to Appendix 1 for a definition of "adjusted net income," and to Appendix 4 for a reconciliation of the consolidated income statement to the adjusted consolidated income statement.

Third quarter of 2007

Sanofi-aventis net sales for the third quarter of 2007 rose by 1.8% on a reported basis to euro 7,025 million.

Gross profit was euro 5,420 million. The gross margin ratio was 77.2%, against 76.8% for the third quarter of 2006. Royalty income rose by 23.7%, mainly due to the sharp rise in net sales of Plavix(R) in the United States versus the third quarter of 2006 (when the product faced competition from a generic version), and despite the discontinuation of royalties from fipronil. The ratio of cost of sales to net sales increased from 26.7% to 27.0%, mainly as a result of the introduction of generics of Ambien(R) IR in the United States.

Measures initiated in France, Germany and the United States during 2006, combined with the ongoing cost containment policy, led to a further decline in the ratio of selling and general and expenses to net sales to 25.0%, against 26.2% in the comparable period of 2006. In absolute terms, selling and general expenses were 2.9% lower than in the third quarter of 2006 at euro 1,754 million.

Operating income -- current rose by 5.2%, and represented 37.1% of net sales compared with 36.0% in the third quarter of 2006.

Net financial expenses were euro 40 million, against euro 53 million in the comparable period of 2006. Interest expense on debt was euro 64 million, compared with euro 92 million in the third quarter of 2006.

Income tax expense was euro 818 million, versus euro 743 million in the third quarter of 2006. The reported tax rate was 31.8%, against 30.6% for the comparable period of 2006. Tax rate cuts due to come into effect from 2008 in Germany, Spain and the United Kingdom led to the recognition of a euro 51 million expense on a net deferred tax asset, while euro 21 million of net

provisions were released as a result of the settlement of various tax disputes. The effective tax rate for the period was 30.7%.

Strong growth in sales of Plavix(R) in the United States resulted in an 83.6% increase in the share of profits of associates to euro 213 million (euro 116 million in the third quarter of 2006). The share of after-tax profits from territories managed by BMS (primarily the United States) under the Plavix(R) and Avapro(R) alliance was euro 141 million, versus euro 56 million in the third quarter of 2006. The contributions from Merial and Sanofi Pasteur MSD also increased relative to the third quarter of 2006.

Minority interests totaled euro 111 million, compared with euro 100 million in the third quarter of 2006. This line includes the share of pre-tax profits paid to BMS from territories managed by sanofi-aventis (euro 107 million, compared with euro 95 million in the third quarter of 2006).

Adjusted net income was up 9.1% at euro 1,853 million, while adjusted earnings per share (adjusted EPS) was euro 1.37 (8.7% up on the 2006 third- quarter figure of euro 1.26), based on an average number of shares outstanding of 1,349.3 million in the third quarter of 2007 and 1,348.0 million in the third quarter of 2006.

Excluding selected items (see Appendix 5), adjusted net income was euro 1,883 million (10.8% up on the 2006 third-quarter figure of euro 1,699 million), and adjusted EPS was euro 1.40 (11.1% up on the 2006 third-quarter figure of euro 1.26).

Expressed in U.S. dollars and excluding selected items, adjusted net income was $2,587 million (19.5% up on the third quarter of 2006), and adjusted EPS was $1.92 (19.3% up on the third quarter of 2006).

9 months to end September 2007

In the nine months to end September 2007, net sales generated by sanofi- aventis totaled euro 21,141 million, a rise of 0.6% on a reported basis.

Gross profit was euro 16,379 million, an increase of 0.4%. The gross margin ratio was 77.5%, versus 77.6% for the comparable period of 2006. The ratio of cost of sales to net sales was stable year-on-year, with the impact of generic competition for Ambien(R) IR partly offset by a better product mix. Other revenues, at euro 845 million, were down on the 2006 9-month figure (euro 888 million), due largely to the discontinuation of royalty income on fipronil.

Research and development expenses rose by 1.5% (4.4% excluding the effect of exchange rates).

Over the first nine months of 2007, the cost adaptation measures initiated in 2006 helped to reduce the ratio of selling and general expenses to net sales to 26.3%, 1.6 points lower than in the comparable period of 2006. Selling and general expenses for the nine-month period were euro 5,558 million, a reduction of 5.3%, with selling expenses and general expenses falling in equal proportions.

Other current operating income (net of expenses) totaled euro 200 million, versus euro 236 million in the comparable period of 2006, and included an expense of euro 61 million (euro 42 million after tax) on the harmonization of welfare and healthcare plans for the Group's retirees.

Operating income -- current rose by 4.1%, and represented 36.2% of net sales compared with 35.0% in the first nine months of 2006.

A restructuring charge of euro 50 million (euro 35 million after tax) has been recognized in connection with the ongoing adaptation plan initiated in France in 2006.

In the comparable period of 2006, the financial statements included gains on disposal of euro 553 million, mainly on the sale of the Exubera(R) rights (euro 460 million, or euro 384 million after tax) and the sale of the residual stake in the Animal Nutrition business (euro 45 million, or euro 31 million after tax).

Net financial expense was euro 111 million, against euro 146 million in the comparable period of 2006. Interest expense on debt was euro 176 million, compared with euro 250 million in the nine months to end September 2006.

Income tax expense totaled euro 2,108 million, versus euro 2,282 million in the nine months to end September 2006. The reported tax rate was 28.1%, compared with 29.5% in the nine months to end September 2006. The 2007 figure includes a net gain of euro 244 million relating to movements in provisions and tax risks/settlements of tax disputes, and a deferred tax expense of euro 51m related to cuts in tax rates in Germany, Spain and the United Kingdom. The 2006 figure was influenced by the low income tax charge arising on the Exubera(R) gain. The effective tax rate for the first nine months of 2007 was 30.7%.

The share of profits of associates was euro 582 million, against euro 509 million in the nine months to end September 2006. The share of after-tax profits from territories managed by BMS under the Plavix(R) and Avapro(R) alliance was euro 376 million, versus euro 308 million in the nine months to end September 2006. There was a decrease in the contribution from Sanofi- Pasteur MSD, currently in the Gardasil(R) launch phase, while there was an increase in the contribution from Merial.

Minority interests were euro 322 million, versus euro 290 million in the nine months to end September 2006. This line includes the share of pre-tax profits paid to BMS from territories managed by sanofi-aventis (euro 307 million, versus euro 277 million in the nine months to end September 2006).

Adjusted net income fell by 0.3% to euro 5,648 million, while adjusted earnings per share (adjusted EPS) was euro 4.18 (0.7% down on the 2006 9-month figure of euro 4.21), based on an average number of shares outstanding of 1,350.8 million in the nine months to end September 2007 and 1,346.1 million in the nine months to end September 2006.

Excluding selected items (see Appendix 5), adjusted net income was euro 5,532 million (6.3% up on the 20069-month figure of euro 5,203 million); and adjusted EPS was euro 4.10 (5.9% up on the 2006 9-month figure of euro 3.87).

Expressed in U.S. dollars and excluding selected items, adjusted net income was euro 7,435 million (14.9% up on the 2006 9-month figure), and adjusted EPS was euro 5.50 (14.3% up on the 2006 9-month figure).

2007 Guidance

Barring major adverse events (in particular, major adverse events relating to Lovenox(R) in the United States), the Group expects 2007 full-year growth in adjusted EPS excluding selected items to be around 10%, calculated using an exchange rate of euro 1 = $1.25, despite the end of patent protection for Ambien(R) IR in the United States in April and the arrival of generic competition for Eloxatin(R) in Europe. Sensitivity to the euro/dollar exchange rate is estimated at 0.6% of growth for a 1-cent movement in the exchange rate.

Share Repurchase Program

Under the current share repurchase program, which is capped at euro 3 billion and expires on the date of the next Annual General Meeting of the shareholders (May 14, 2008), the company acquired 11,734,000 of its own shares during the third quarter for a total of euro 706 million, at an average price of euro 60.11 per share.

Consolidated net debt, which was euro 5.8 billion at end December 2006, totaled euro 4.5 billion as of September 30, 2007.

Board of Directors

Mr. Serge Kampf has expressed his wish to resign from the Board for personal reasons with effect as of the Board meeting of October 30, 2007. His term was scheduled to expire at the next Shareholders Meeting in May 2008.

About sanofi-aventis

Sanofi-aventis, a leading global pharmaceutical company, discovers, develops and distributes therapeutic solutions to improve the lives of everyone. Sanofi-aventis is listed in Paris (EURONEXT: SAN) and in New York (NYSE: SNY).

(1) See Appendix 1 for a definition of financial indicators

(2) See Appendix 5

(3) U.S. dollar figures obtained by translating euro-denominated figures

at the average exchange rate for the period: 1.374 for Q3 2007 (1.274

for Q3 2006) and 1.344 for 9 months to end September 2007 (1.244 for

9 months to end September 2006)

(4) Excluding net sales of Ambien(R) IR in the United States (from April)

and net sales of Eloxatin(R) in Europe

(5) Comparable net sales

(6) Adjusted EPS excluding selected items for the year ended December 31,

2006 was euro 4.88.

Contacts: Jean-Marc Podvin, jean-marc.podvin@sanofi-aventis.com,

Phone: 33 1 53 77 42 23

Forward-Looking Statements

This press release contains forward-looking statements as defined in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Forward-looking statements are statements that are not historical facts. These statements include financial projections and estimates and their underlying assumptions, statements regarding plans, objectives, intentions and expectations with respect to future events, operations, products and services, and statements regarding future performance. Forward-looking statements are generally identified by the words "expect," "anticipates," "believes," "intends," "estimates," "plans" and similar expressions. Although sanofi-aventis management believes that the expectations reflected in such forward-looking statements are reasonable, investors are cautioned that forward-looking information and statements are subject to various risks and uncertainties, many of which are difficult to predict and generally beyond the control of sanofi-aventis, that could cause actual results and developments to differ materially from those expressed in, or implied or projected by, the forward- looking information and statements. These risks and uncertainties include those discussed or identified in the public filings with the SEC and the AMF made by sanofi-aventis, including those listed under "Risk Factors" and "Cautionary Statement Regarding Forward-Looking Statements" in the sanofi- aventis annual report on Form 20-F for the year ended December 31, 2006. Other than as required by applicable law, sanofi-aventis does not undertake any obligation to update or revise any forward-looking information or statements.

Recent Events

September 2, 2007 Announcement of one-year findings from the ExTRACT-

TIMI 25 and STEEPLE studies confirming a clear net

clinical benefit for Lovenox(R) versus unfractionated

heparin in patients with acute ST-segment elevation

myocardial infarction.

September 4, 2007 Announcement that a meta-analysis had demonstrated a

significant overall survival benefit for Taxotere(R)

over vinca-alkaloid-based regimens as a first-line

treatment for patients with advanced non small cell

lung cancer.

September 5, 2007 Publication in the New England Journal of Medicine of

results from the EURIDIS/ADONIS efficacy trials of

dronedarone.

September 10, 2007 Announcement of a civil settlement with the U.S.

Department of Justice on claims relating to the

average wholesale price of Anzemet(R).

September 14, 2007 Initiation of a research collaboration in China in the

cancer stem-cell field.

September 17, 2007 R&D day: announcement of important clinical trial

results, and of around thirty potential filings for

approval by end 2010.

September 19, 2007 Presentation to the EASD of the(R) SoloStar(R) in the United States

- Presentation of the R&D portfolio on September 17

Share repurchase program

- 11.7 million shares repurchased in the third quarter for a total of

euro 706 million

Guidance on growth in 2007 full-year adjusted EPS excluding selected items raised from 9% to 10%, based on the same assumptions as previously used.

2007 third-quarter and 9-month net sales

Unless otherwise indicated, all sales growth figures in this press release are stated on a comparable basis.

Sanofi-aventis generated third-quarter net sales of euro 7,025 million, a rise of 4.4%. Exchange rate movements had an unfavorable effect of 2.4 points, and changes in Group structure an unfavorable impact of 0.2 of a point. On a reported basis, net sales growth was 1.8%.

Net sales for the nine months to end September were euro 21,141 million, up 4.5%. Exchange rate movements had an unfavorable effect of 3.7 points, and changes in Group structure an unfavorable impact of 0.2 of a point. After taking account of these effects, net sales growth was 0.6% on a reported basis.

Net sales by business segment -- Pharmaceuticals

Third-quarter net sales for the pharmaceuticals business fell by 0.3% to euro 6,082 million. Net sales of the top 15 products were up 0.4% at euro 4,120 million, representing 67.7% of pharmaceuticals net sales against 67.3% for the comparable period of 2006.

Excluding the impact of the arrival of generics of Ambien(R) IR in the United States and Eloxatin(R) in Europe, the top 15 products would have achieved growth of 10.8%.

Net sales for the pharmaceuticals business for the nine months to end September were euro 19,012 million, a rise of 2.4%. Net sales of the top 15 products were up 4.4% at euro 12,897 million, representing 67.8% of pharmaceuticals net sales, against 66.5% for the comparable period of 2006.

Excluding the impact of the arrival of generics of Ambien(R) IR in first direct proof of

the significant effect of Acomplia(R) in reducing

intra-abdominal adipose tissue as measured by

tomodensitometry.

October 1, 2007 Announcement that the FDA had approved Taxotere(R) for

the treatment of locally-advanced head and neck cancer

prior to chemoradiotherapy and surgery.

October 2, 2007 Announcement of the launch of Xyzal(R) on the U.S.

market by UCB and sanofi-aventis.

October 18, 2007 Announcement that the FDA had approved Menactra(R) for

children aged 2 through 10 years.

October 22, 2007 Announcement of extension to the indications of

Plavix(R) in Japan to patients with acute coronary

syndrome for whom percutaneous coronary intervention

is planned.

October 22, 2007 Announcement of positive opinion from the Committee

for Medicinal Products for Human Use recommending

approval of Taxotere(R) in the European Union as an

induction treatment for locally advanced head and neck

cancer.

October 24, 2007 Announcement of results from a new study that showed

patients with chronic insomnia who were treated with

Ambien CR(R) experienced significant improvements in

two key parameters of work performance.

October 24, 2007 Announcement of publication in the New England Journal

of Medicine of results of two clinical studies on

Taxotere(R), TAX 324 and TAX323.

Future Events

December 10, 2007 Presentation of the results of the TREK dose-response

study (AVE5026) to the American Society of Hematology

in Atlanta.

Financial Timetable

February 12, 2008 2007 results - Analyst/Investor meeting in Paris

April 30, 2008 2008 first-quarter net sales and results

May 14, 2008 Shareholders' Annual General Meeting

July 31, 2008 2008 second-quarter net sales and results

October 31, 2008 2008 third-quarter net sales and results

Appendices

List of appendices

Appendix 1: Explanatory Notes/Financial Indicators

Appendix 2: 2007 third-quarter, 9-month, first-quarter and second-quarter

net sales by product

Appendix 3: 2007 third-quarter and 9-month adjusted consolidated income

statements

Appendix 4: 2007 third-quarter and 9-month consolidated income statement

and reconciliation to adjusted consolidated income statement

Appendix 5: Trends in selected items in the adjusted income statement

Appendix 1: Explanatory Notes/Financial Indicators

Comparable net sales

When we refer to the change in our sales on a "comparable" basis, we mean that we exclude the impact of exchange rate movements and changes in Group structure (acquisitions and divestments of interests in entities and rights to products, and changes in consolidation method for consolidated entities).

We exclude the impact of exchange rates by recalculating sales for the prior period on the basis of exchange rates used in the current period. We exclude the impact of acquisitions by including sales from the acquired entity or product rights for a portion of the prior period equal to the portion of the current period during which we owned them, based on sales information we receive from the party from whom we make the acquisition.

Similarly, we exclude sales in the relevant portion of the prior period when we have sold an entity or rights to a product.

For a change in consolidation method, the prior period is recalculated on the basis of the method used for the current period.

Reconciliation of 2006 third-quarter/9-month net sales to 2006 third- quarter/9-month comparable net sales:

euro million 2006: Q3

2006 third-quarter net sales 6,901

Impact of changes in Group structure (14)

Impact of exchange rates (156)

2006 third-quarter comparable net sales 6,731

euro million 2006: 9 months

2006 9-month net sales 21,017

Impact of changes in Group structure (44)

Impact of exchange rates (748)

2006 9-month comparable net sales 20,225

Worldwide presence of a product

When we refer to the "worldwide presence" of a product, we mean our consolidated net sales of that product, minus sales of the product to our alliance partners plus non-consolidated sales made through our alliances with Bristol-Myers Squibb on Plavix(R)/Iscover(R) (clopidogrel) and Aprovel(R)/Avapro(R)/Karvea(R) (irbesartan), based on information provided to us by our alliance partner.

Operating income -- current

We define "operating income -- current" as operating income before restructuring, impairment of property, plant and equipment and intangibles, gains/losses on disposals, and litigation.

Adjusted net income

We define "adjusted net income" as accounting net income after minority interests adjusted to exclude (i) the material impacts of the application of purchase accounting to acquisitions and (ii) acquisition-related integration and restructuring costs. We believe that eliminating these impacts from net income gives investors a better understanding of the underlying economic performance of the combined Group.

The material impacts of the application of purchase accounting to acquisitions, primarily the acquisition of Aventis, are as follows:

-- charges arising from the remeasurement of inventories at fair value,

net of tax;

-- amortization/impairment expense generated by the remeasurement of

intangible assets, net of tax;

-- any impairment of goodwill.

We also exclude from adjusted net income any integration and restructuring costs (net of tax) that are specific to the acquisition of Aventis by sanofi- aventis.

2007 Q3 2007 9-month

2007 Q3 adjusted 2007 9-month adjusted

consolidated consolidated consolidated consolidated

euro million financial financial financial financial

statements statements statements statements

(unaudited) (unaudited)

Net sales 7,025 7,025 21,141 21,141

Net income after

minority interests 1,845 1,853 4,510 5,648

Basic earnings

per share 1.37 1.37 3.34 4.18

Appendix 2: 2007 third-quarter and 9-month net sales by product

2007 third-quarter net sales by product:

2006 Q3 2006 Q3

2007 Q3 comparable reported

euro million net sales net sales net sales

Lovenox(R) 633 562 583

Plavix(R) 614 544 543

Lantus(R) 518 396 412

Taxotere(R) 475 417 429

Stilnox(R)/Ambien(R)/Ambien CR(TM) 207 506 538

Eloxatin(R) 383 401 417

Copaxone(R) 301 251 262

Aprovel(R) 267 252 252

Allegra(R) 159 148 156

Tritace(R) 168 225 223

Amaryl(R) 94 103 106

Xatral(R) 82 81 83

Nasacort(R) 61 57 60

Actonel(R) 79 86 84

Depakine(R) 79 75 73

TOTAL 4,120 4,104 4,221

Other products 1,962 1,995 2,033

TOTAL Pharmaceuticals 6,082 6,099 6,254

Vaccines 943 632 647

TOTAL Net sales 7,025 6,731 6,901

2007 9-month net sales by product:

2006 9-month 2006 9-month

2007 9-month comparable reported

euro million net sales net sales net sales

Lovenox(R) 1,938 1,729 1,821

Plavix(R) 1,815 1,680 1,688

Lantus(R) 1,479 1,155 1,215

Taxotere(R) 1,398 1,260 1,315

Stilnox(R)/Ambien(R)/Ambien CR(TM) 1,065 1,345 1,446

Eloxatin(R) 1,156 1,230 1,291

Copaxone(R) 897 752 796

Aprovel(R) 803 744 750

Allegra(R) 558 487 525

Tritace(R) 546 691 706

Amaryl(R) 291 332 346

Xatral(R) 249 262 269

Nasacort(R) 227 195 209

Actonel(R) 239 263 264

Depakine(R) 236 226 227

TOTAL 12,897 12,351 12,868

Other products 6,115 6,214 6,422

TOTAL Pharmaceuticals 19,012 18,565 19,290

Vaccines 2,129 1,660 1,727

TOTAL Net sales 21,141 20,225 21,017

2007 second-quarter net sales by product:

2006 Q2 2006 Q2

2007 Q2 comparable reported

euro million net sales net sales net sales

Lovenox(R) 671 581 614

Plavix(R) 632 561 565

Lantus(R) 503 399 421

Taxotere(R) 474 435 456

Stilnox(R)/Ambien(R)/Ambien CR(TM) 252 433 467

Eloxatin(R) 380 423 445

Copaxone(R) 307 255 271

Aprovel(R) 272 247 250

Allegra(R) 198 174 189

Tritace(R) 167 241 248

Amaryl(R) 103 113 119

Xatral(R) 85 90 92

Nasacort(R) 87 73 78

Actonel(R) 82 90 91

Depakine(R) 81 75 76

TOTAL 4,294 4,190 4,382

Other products 2,026 2,,054 2,131

TOTAL Pharmaceuticals 6,320 6,244 6,513

Vaccines 619 539 568

TOTAL Net sales 6,939 6,783 7,081

2007 first-quarter net sales by product:

2006 Q1 2006 Q1

2007 Q1 comparable reported

euro million net sales net sales net sales

Lovenox(R) 634 586 624

Plavix(R) 569 575 580

Lantus(R) 458 360 382

Taxotere(R) 449 408 430

Stilnox(R)/Ambien(R)/Ambien CR(TM) 606 406 441

Eloxatin(R) 393 406 429

Copaxone(R) 289 246 263

Aprovel(R) 264 245 248

Allegra(R) 201 165 180

Tritace(R) 211 225 235

Amaryl(R) 94 116 121

Xatral(R) 82 91 94

Nasacort(R) 79 65 71

Actonel(R) 78 87 89

Depakine(R) 76 76 78

TOTAL 4,483 4,057 4,265

Other products 2,127 2,,165 2,258

TOTAL Pharmaceuticals 6,610 6,222 6,523

Vaccines 567 489 512

TOTAL Net sales 7,177 6,711 7,035

Appendix 3: 2007 third-quarter and 9-month adjusted consolidated income statements

2007 third-quarter adjusted consolidated income statement (unaudited)

Q3 2007 Q3 2006

adjusted adjusted

consolidated as % consolidated as %

income of net income of net %

euro million statement sales statement sales change

Net sales 7,025 100.0% 6,901 100.0% +1.8%

Other revenues 298 4.2% 241 3.5% +23.7%

Cost of sales (1,903) (27.0%) (1,840) (26.7%) +3.4%

Gross profit 5,420 77.2% 5,302 76.8% +2.2%

Research and

development expenses (1,084) (15.4%) (1,075) (15.6%) +0.8%

Selling and

general expenses (1,754) (25.0%) (1,806) (26.2%) -2.9%

Other current

operating income 110 - 122 - -

Other current

operating expenses (52) - (26) - -

Amortization of

intangibles (31) - (36) - -

Operating income - current* 2,609 37.1% 2,481 36.0% 5.2%

Restructuring costs - - - - -

Impairment of PP&E

and intangibles - - (2) - -

Gain/loss on disposals,

and litigation - - - - -

Operating income 2,609 37.1% 2,479 35.9% +5.2%

Financial expenses (86) - (119) - -27.7%

Financial income 46 - 66 - -30.3%

Income before tax

and associates 2,569 36.6% 2,426 35.2% +5.9%

Income tax expense (818) (11.6%) (743) (10.9%) +10.1%

Reported tax rate 31.8% - 30.6% - -

Share of profit/loss

of associates 213 - 116 - +83.6%

Consolidated net income 1,964 28.0% 1,799 26.1% +9.2%

Minority interests 111 - 100 - +11.0% Net income after

minority interests 1,853 26.4% 1,699 24.6% +9.1%

Average number of

shares outstanding

(million) 1,349.3 1,348.0

Earnings per share

(in euros) 1.37 1.26 +8.7%

* Operating income before restructuring, impairment of PP&E and

intangibles, gains/losses on disposals, and litigation

2007 9-month adjusted consolidated income statement (unaudited)

2007 9-month 2006 9-month

adjusted adjusted

consolidated as % consolidated as %

income of net income of net %

euro million statement sales statement sales change

Net sales 21,141 100.0% 21,017 100.0% 0.6%

Other revenues 845 4.0% 888 4.2% -4.8%

Cost of sales (5,607) (26.5%) (5,598) (26.6%) +0.2%

Gross profit 16,379 77.5% 16,307 77.6% +0.4

Research and

development expenses (3,266) (15.4%) (3,219) (15.3%) +1.5%

Selling and

general expenses (5,558) (26.3%) (5,867) (27.9%) -5.3%

Other current

operating income 388 - 322 - -

Other current

operating expenses (188) - (86) - -

Amortization of intangibles (98) - (102) - -

Operating income - current* 7,657 36.2% 7,355 35.0% +4.1%

Restructuring costs (50) - - - -

Impairment of PP&E

and intangibles - - (3) - -

Gain/loss on disposals,

and litigation - - 520 - -

Operating income 7,607 36.0% 7,872 37.5% -3.4%

Financial expenses (256) - (399) - -35.8%

Financial income 145 - 253 - -42.7%

Income before tax

and associates 7,496 35.5% 7,726 36.8% -3.0%

Income tax expense (2,108) (10.1%) (2,282) (10.9%) -7.6%

Reported tax rate 28.1% - 29.5% - -

Share of profit/loss

of associates 582 - 509 - +14.3%

Consolidated net income 5,970 28.2% 5,953 28.3% +0.3%

Minority interests 322 - 290 - +11.0%

Net income after

minority interests 5,648 26.7% 5,663 26.9% -0.3%

Average number of shares

outstanding (million) 1,350.8 1,346.1

Earnings per share

(in euros the United States and Eloxatin(R) in Europe, the top 15 products would have achieved growth of 11.1% to end September.

2007 Q3 Change on 2007 Change on

net comparable 9-month comparable

euro million sales basis net sales basis

Lovenox(R) 633 +12.6% 1,938 +12.1%

Plavix(R) 614 +12.9% 1,815 +8.0%

Lantus(R) 518 +30.8% 1,479 +28.1%

Taxotere(R) 475 +13.9% 1,398 +11.0%

Stilnox(R)/Ambien(R)/Ambien CR(TM) 207 -59.1% 1,065 -20.8%

Eloxatin(R) 383 -4.5% 1,156 -6.0%

Copaxone(R) 301 +19.9% 897 +19.3%

Aprovel(R) 267 +6.0% 803 +7.9%

Allegra(R) 159 +7.4% 558 +14.6%

Tritace(R) 168 -25.3% 546 -21.0%

Amaryl(R) 94 -8.7% 291 -12.3%

Xatral(R) 82 +1.2% 249 -5.0%

Nasacort(R) 61 +7.0% 227 +16.4%

Actonel(R) 79 -8.1% 239 -9.1%

Depakine(R) 79 5.3% 236 4.4%

TOTAL TOP 15 4,120 +0.4% 12,897 +4.4%

TOTAL TOP 15 excl. Eloxatin(R)

in Europe and Ambien(R) IR

in the USA (from April) 3,996 +10.8% 12,500 +11.1%

Third-quarter net sales of other pharmaceutical products were down 1.7% at euro 1,962 million. In the nine months to end September, net sales of other pharmaceutical products fell by 1.6% to euro 6,115 million, against euro 6,214 million i) 4.18 4.21 -0.7%

* Operating income before restructuring, impairment of PP&E and

intangibles, gains/losses on disposals, and litigation

Appendix 4: 2007 third-quarter and 9-month reconciliation of consolidated income statement to adjusted consolidated income statement

2007 third-quarter reconciliation of consolidated income statement to adjusted consolidated income statement

The adjustments to the income statement reflect the elimination of material impacts of the application of purchase accounting to acquisitions, primarily the acquisition of Aventis, amounting to euro 8 million net of deferred taxes (with no cash impact for the Group).

euro million 2007 Q3 2007 Q3

(unaudited) consolidated Adjustments consolidated

Net sales 7,025 7,025

Other revenues 298 298

Cost of sales (1,903) (1,903)

Gross profit 5,420 5,420

Research and development expenses (1,084) (1,084)

Selling and general expenses (1,754) (1,754)

Other current operating income 110 110

Other current operating expenses (52) (52)

Amortization of intangibles (906) 875(a) (31)

Operating income - current* 1,734 875 2,609

Restructuring costs - -

Impairment of PP&E and intangibles - -

Gain/loss on disposals, and litigation - -

Operating income 1,734 875 2,609

Financial expenses (86) (86)

Financial income 46 46

Income before tax and associates 1,694 875 2,569

Income tax expense 71 (889)(b) (818)

Share of profit/loss of associates 191 22(c) 213

Consolidated net income 1,956 8 1,964

Minority interests 111 111

Net income after minority interests 1,845 8 1,853

Average number of shares

outstanding (million) 1,349.3 1,349.3

Earnings per share (in euros) 1.37 1.37

* Operating income before restructuring, impairment of PP&E and

intangibles, gains/losses on disposals, and litigation

The material impacts of the application of purchase accounting to acquisitions (primarily the acquisition of Aventis) on the 2007 third-quarter consolidated income statement are:

a) An amortization charge of euro 875 million against intangible assets.

This adjustment has no cash impact on the Group.

b) Deferred taxes of euro 889 million, comprising i) euro 323 million

generated by the euro 875 million amortization charge taken against

intangible assets, and ii) euro 566 million arising from the impact of

the cut in German tax rates on deferred tax liabilities recognized in

2004 on the remeasurement of acquired intangible assets of Aventis.

This adjustment has no cash impact on the Group.

c) In "Share of profit/loss of associates", income of euro 22 million

relating to the amortization of intangibles, net of tax. This

adjustment has no cash impact on the Group.

2007 9-month reconciliation of consolidated income statement to adjusted consolidated income statement

The adjustments to the income statement reflect the elimination of material impacts of the application of purchase accounting to acquisitions, primarily the acquisition of Aventis, amounting to euro 1,138 million net of deferred taxes (with no cash impact for the Group).

euro million 2007 Q3 2007 Q3

(unaudited) consolidated Adjustments consolidated

Net sales 21,141 21,141

Other revenues 845 845

Cost of sales (5,607) (5,607)

Gross profit 16,379 16,379

Research and development expenses (3,266) (3,266)

Selling and general expenses (5,558) (5,558)

Other current operating income 388 388

Other current operating expenses (188) (188)

Amortization of intangibles (2,739) 2,641(a) (98)

Operating income - current* 5,016 2,641 7,657

Restructuring costs (50) (50)

Impairment of PP&E and intangibles 5 (5)(b) -

Gain/loss on disposals, and litigation - -

Operating income 4,971 2,636 7,607

Financial expenses (256) (256)

Financial income 145 145

Income before tax and associates 4,860 2,636 7,496

Income tax expense (570) (1,538)(c) (2,108)

Share of profit/loss of associates 542 40(d) 582

Consolidated net income 4,832 1,138 5,970

Minority interests 322 322

Net income after minority interests 4,510 1,138 5,648

Average number of shares

outstanding (million) 1,350.8 1,350.8

Earnings per share (in euros) 3.34 0.84 4.18

* Operating income before restructuring, impairment of PP&E and

intangibles, gains/losses on disposals, and litigation

The material impacts of the application of purchase accounting to acquisitions (primarily the acquisition of Aventis) on the 2007 9-month consolidated income statement are:

a) An amortization charge of euro 2,641 million against intangible

assets. This adjustment has no cash impact on the Group.

b) A reversal of impairment losses of euro 5 million. This adjustment has

no cash impact on the Group.

c) Deferred taxes of euro 1,538 million, mainly comprising i) euro 974

million generated by the euro 2,641 million amortization charge taken

against intangible assets, and ii) euro 566 million arising from the

impact of the cut in German tax rates on deferred tax liabilities

recognized in 2004 on the remeasurement of acquired intangible assets

of Aventis. This adjustment has no cash impact on the Group.

d) In "Share of profit/loss of associates", income of euro 40 million

relating to the amortization of intangibles, net of tax. This

adjustment has no cash impact on the Group.

Appenspections and other items (30)[1] - 151[2] 13

TOTAL net of tax (30) - 116 460

[1] Income tax expense of euro 51 million related to the cut in tax rates

in Germany, Spain and the United Kingdom, partly offset by the

settlement of tax disputes (euro 21 million)

[2] Includes:

-- Tax risks/settlement of tax disputes: euro 244 million

-- Income tax expense related to the cut in tax rates in Germany,

Spain and the United Kingdom: euro -51 million

-- Harmonization of welfare and healthcare plans for

retirees: euro -42 million

[3] Includes:

-- Exubera(R): euro 384 million

-- Animal Nutrition: euro 31 million

REMINDER

8.00 am CET - WEBCAST

& CONFERENCE CALL (English) The 3rd quarter 2007 sales and earnings

will be reviewed by Mr. Hanspeter Spek,

Executive Vice President, Pharmaceutical

Operations and Mr. Jean-Claude Leroy,

Executive Vice President, Finance and Legal.

The slides will be available on

http://www.sanofi-aventis.com.

This presentation will be followed by a

Q&A session.

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n the comparable period of 2006 (net sales of Ketek(R) were euro 46 million, vs. euro 108 million to end September 2006).

Geographical split of consolidated net sales by product (Top 15)

Change on Change on Change on

a a a

2007 Q3 net sales comparable United comparable Other comparable

(euro million) Europe basis States basis countries basis

Lovenox(R) 181 +9.7% 384 +14.6% 68 +9.7%

Plavix(R) 428 +9.2% 44 +10.0% 142 +26.8%

Lantus(R) 160 +21.2% 307 +34.6% 51 +41.7%

Taxotere(R) 208 +18.9% 176 +8.0% 91 +15.2%

Stilnox(R)/Ambien(R)/

Ambien CR(TM) 22 -8.3% 165 -63.9% 20 -20.0%

Eloxatin(R) 89 -38.6% 247 +12.3% 47 +30.6%

Copaxone(R) 81 +14.1% 206 +24.1% 14 -

Aprovel(R) 209 +5.0% - - 58 +9.4%

Allegra(R) 11 +10.0% 87 -4.4% 61 +29.8%

Tritace(R) 116 -3.3% 0 - 52 -49.0%

Amaryl(R) 26 -31.6% 2 -50.0% 66 +8.2%

Xatral(R) 40 -11.1% 26 +13.0% 16 +23.1%

Nasacort(R) 8 +14.3% 47 +9.3% 6 -14.3%

Actonel(R) 50 -13.8% - - 29 +3.6%

Depakine(R) 54 +3.8% - - 25 +8.7%

Change on Change on Change on

a a a

2007 9-month net sales comparable United comparable Other comparable

(euro million) Europe basis States basis countries basis

Lovenox(R) 555 +7.4% 1,184 +14.3% 199 +13.1%

Plavix(R) 1,282 +6.5% 130 -13.3% 403 +23.6%

Lantus(R) 459 +18.6% 879 +30.6% 141 +48.4%

Taxotere(R) 610 +13.8% 522 +5.9% 266 +15.2%

Stilnox(R)/Ambien(R)/

Ambien CR(TM) 65 -9.7% 930 -22.9% 70 +4.5%

Eloxatin(R) 295 -33.0% 735 +9.1% 126 +8.6%

Copaxone(R) 240 +15.9% 613 +21.4% 44 +10.0%

Aprovel(R) 627 +5.4% - - 176 +18.1%

Allegra(R) 46 +7.0% 295 +9.7% 217 +24.0%

Tritace(R) 355 -8.5% 1 -91.7% 190 -34.7%

Amaryl(R) 90 -36.2% 6 -45.5% 195 +8.3%

Xatral(R) 126 -23.6% 79 +27.4% 44 +25.7%

Nasacort(R) 34 9.7% 172 +19.4% 21 +5.0%

Actonel(R) 153 -17.3% - - 86 +10.3%

Depakine(R) 161 +1.3% - - 75 +11.9%

Comments by product

Net sales of Lovenox(R), the leading low molecular weight heparin on the market, rose by 12.6% in the quarter to euro 633 million, boosted by its increased use in medical prophylaxis in the United States, where the product reported 14.6% growth in net sales to euro 384 million. In Europe and the "Other countries" region, the product posted growth of 9.7%.

In the United States, Lovenox(R) is now being sold in a new indication for the treatment of patients with acute ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI), further enhancing the product's superiority over non- fractioned heparins. Application for approval for the same indication was filed in Europe in the last quarter of 2006.

One-year findings from the ExTRACT-TIMI 25 and STEEPLE studies, presented during hotline sessions at the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) Congress in Vienna (Austria) early in September, confirmed a clear net clinical benefit

for Lovenox(R) versus unfractionated heparin in patients with acute ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction.

Lantus(R), the world's leading insulin brand, continues to record excellent performances, with net sales up 34.6% in the United States, 21.2% in Europe and 41.7% in the rest of the world. SoloSTAR(R), a new disposable pen used to administer Lantus(R) and/or the rapid-acting insulin Apidra(R), is now available in most major European countries. In France, one of the first European countries where Lantus(R) SoloSTAR(R) was made available, the introduction of this new pen led to an acceleration in sales of Lantus(R) during the third quarter. In the United States, Lantus(R) SoloSTAR(R) -- launched in July -- is supporting growth in sales of Lantus(R).

Taxotere(R) posted strong third-quarter growth of 18.9% in Europe and 15.2% in "Other countries." In the United States, net sales of the product rose by 8.0%.

In early September, efficacy results from a meta-analysis of individual patient data called DOCMA-LC (DOCetaxel Meta-Analysis in Lung Cancer) were presented at the 12th World Conference on Lung Cancer in Seoul. This meta- analysis included 2,867 patients from seven clinical trials, and demonstrated a significant overall survival benefit for Taxotere(R) over vinca-alkaloid- based regimens as a first-line treatment for patients with advanced non small cell lung cancer.

Following a priority review, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Taxotere(R) in association with cisplatin and 5-fluorouracil for the induction (neo-adjuvant) therapy of patients with locally-advanced squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck prior to chemoradiotherapy and surgery. In October, the Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use of the European Medicines Agency has also granted a positive opinion for the use of Taxotere(R) in Europe in this indication.

Ambien CR(TM) is showing strong resistance to the presence of Ambien(R) IR generics, with third-quarter net sales reaching $176 million in the United States. Net sales of Ambien CR(TM) for the nine months to end September 2007 totaled $561 million. As expected, net sales of Ambien(R) IR, which went off patent in the United States on April 20, 2007, fell significantly in the third quarter to euro 35 million, versus euro 352 million in the comparable period of 2006.

In Japan, sales of Myslee(R) (not consolidated by sanofi-aventis) rose by 8.7% in the third quarter to euro 29 million. Over the 9 months to end September, the product reported 11.2% growth, to euro 84 million.

In the United States, Eloxatin(R), the market-leading colorectal cancer treatment as adjuvant and in the metastatic phase, recorded net sales growth of 12.3% to euro 247 million. In Europe, the introduction of Eloxatin(R) generics is continuing, with several countries now affected including Germany, the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain and France. European sales of the product fell by 38.6% in the third quarter to euro 89 million. In the "Other countries" region, Eloxatin(R) recorded a fine performance, with net sales up 30.6% at euro 47 million.

Third-quarter net sales of Tritace(R) were down 25.3% at euro 168 million, reflecting the introduction of generics of the product in Canada.

Net sales of Acomplia(R) were euro 21 million in the third quarter and euro 58 million to end September. Results from clinical trials have shown that Acomplia(R) has a powerful effect in reducing HbA1c that is comparable with oral anti-diabetics. In addition, this effect is sustainable and associated with weight loss. Sanofi-aventis has decided to substantially broaden the ongoing development program in type 2 diabetes, which will include more than 5,700 patients. The new development program in diabetes, essentially as an add-on to the main existing treatments (metformin, sulfonylurea and insulin), includes a comparative study with sitagliptin, the most recently approved treatment. Submission in type 2 diabetes is expected in 2009, while submission of a fixed rimonabant/metformin combination is expected in 2010.

Xyzal(R), a new once-daily prescription oral antihistamine used to treat internal and external allergies and chronic idiopathic urticaria, was launched in the United States by sanofi-aventis and UCB at the start of October. The product, which has been shown to be highly effective in the treatment of allergy symptoms, is indicated for adults and for children aged six and over.

Worldwide presence(1) of Plavix(R) / Iscover(R)

Change on Change on

a a

2007 comparable 2007 comparable

euro million Q3 basis 9 months basis

Europe 450 +6.6% 1,350 +5.4%

United States 797 +126.4% 2,159 +23.9%

Other countries 213 +23.8% 601 +21.2%

TOTAL 1,460 +54.3% 4,110 +16.8%

On June 19, 2007, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York upheld the validity and enforceability of the U.S. patent covering clopidogrel bisulfate, the active ingredient of Plavix(R), and issued a permanent injunction enjoining Apotex from marketing its generic clopidogrel bisulfate in the United States prior to the expiration of the patent. Apotex launched a generic clopidogrel bisulfate in August 2006, following which the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York awarded sanofi- aventis a temporary injunction on August 31, 2006 ordering Apotex to halt further sales of its generic clopidogrel bisulfate, without however ordering a recall of products already shipped. The main patent protection for this product has now been maintained in the United States until November 2011.

In the United States, Plavix(R) recovered its market standing in the third quarter, having been affected since August 8, 2006 by the launch of a generic version. Sales of the product reached $1,083 million, compared with $477 million in the third quarter of 2006. In the nine months to end September, sales of Plavix(R) were up 23.9% at $2,892 million.

In September, the FDA approved a 300mg Plavix(R) tablet that will facilitate administration of the loading dose for patients with acute coronary syndrome, as recommended (in association with aspirin) by the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association.

In Europe, third-quarter net sales of Plavix(R) were 6.6% higher at euro 450 million, though sales are still affected by parallel imports in Germany.

In the rest of the world, the product enjoyed robust growth of 23.8%, to euro 213 million. In Japan, the two-week limit on prescriptions imposed by the authorities was lifted in May. This accelerated the pace of growth in net sales, which reached euro 17 million for the third quarter, against euro 1 million in the third quarter of 2006. Net sales of Plavix(R) in Japan for the nine months to end September 2007 were euro 34 million, against euro 7 million in the comparable period of 2006. In October, the Japanese authorities extended the indication of Plavix(R) to patients with acute coronary syndrome (unstable angina pectoris, non-ST elevation myocardial infarction) for whom percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) is being planned. Plavix(R) is the first drug to be approved for this indication in Japan.

Worldwide presence(1) of Aprovel(R)/ Avapro(R)/ Karvea(R)

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