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Sanofi: Sales Growth of 6.9% Thanks to Genzyme Acquisition and Performance of Growth Platforms
Date:7/28/2011

excluding Genzyme) and were supported by strong performances for Plavix® (+28.1% to euro 67 million) and Lantus® (+50.6%) and the contribution from BMP Sunstone. Sales in Brazil increased by 16.7% to euro 386 million, due to strong performance from generics and the contribution from Genzyme. Sales in Russia were euro 184 million, up 7.7%. Sales in Eastern Europe were euro 687 million, up 4.6% (-1.0% excluding Genzyme) and were impacted by a decrease in sales in Turkey due to generic competition for Taxotere®. First-half sales in Emerging Markets were euro 4,919 million, an increase of 10.5% excluding Genzyme and A/H1N1 vaccines (euro 361 million, primarily in Latin America and Middle East), or an increase of 2.2% excluding Genzyme.

Japan recorded net sales of euro 699 million in the second quarter, an increase of 26.6% (+14.3% excluding Genzyme), sustained by Plavix® (up 21.7% to euro 162 million), Allegra® (22.8% to euro 88 million) and vaccines (+63.9%) and the contribution from Genzyme. First-half sales in Japan were euro 1,368 million, (up 20.4%, or up 14.0 % excluding Genzyme) of which euro 301 million were generated by Plavix® (+24.6%) and euro 274 million by Allegra® (+34.1%), respectively.

Second quarter net sales in the U.S. reached euro 2,416 million, an increase of 3.3%, reflecting the acquisition of Genzyme (sales of euro 379 million). Excluding Genzyme, sales in the U.S. were down 12.9%. This decrease reflected the impact of generics of Taxotere®, Lovenox® and Ambien®CR, which was partially offset by sales of Allegra® OTC, Jevtana® and Multaq® and strong growth of Lantus®. First-half sales in the U.S. were euro 4,580 million (up 0.3 % and down 8.6% excluding Genzyme).

Western Europe achieved second-quarter net sales of euro 2,380 million, an increase of 0.9%. This figure include
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