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

p>Second quarter net sales of Sanofi were euro 8,349 million, up 0.5% on a reported basis. At constant exchange rates, sales were up 6.9%, reflecting the acquisition of Genzyme (euro 796 million) and the impact from U.S. health- care reform, EU austerity measures, and the loss of euro 778 million of sales due to generic competition. "Other revenues" were euro 422 million, an increase of 2.4%, reflecting growth of Plavix® in the U.S. partially offset by an unfavorable dollar effect.

Gross profit reached euro 6,183 million, up 1.8% at constant exchange rates or down 5.0% on a reported basis. The ratio of cost of sales to net sales was 31.0%, 4.4 percentage points higher than in Q2 2010, but close to Q1 2011 level (30.4%), mainly due to the impact of generic competition (accounted for 2.5 percentage points) as well as exchange rate impact.

Research and development expenses were euro 1,197 million, an increase of 7.0% (or 12.6% at constant exchange rates). Excluding Genzyme, R&D expenses decreased 1.0% at constant exchange rates. The ratio of R&D expenses to net sales was 14.3%, up 0.8 percentage point versus the second quarter of 2010.

Selling and general expenses reached euro 2,268 million, an increase of 6.7% (or 13.3% at constant exchange rates). Excluding Genzyme, SG&A expenses were stable (+0.1%) at constant exchange rates and included the global roll-out costs of Jevtana® in EU, investment in Allegra® OTC in the U.S. and increased promotional effort on Lantus® in the U.S. The ratio of selling and general expenses to net sales was 27.2%, 1.6 percentage points higher than Q2 2010.

Other current operating income net of expenses showed a net income of euro 7 million versus net income of euro 27 million in the second quarter of 2010 and included euro 23 million of fees related to the acquisition of Genzyme. This line also includes a slight forei
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