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Watson Second Quarter 2011 Net Revenue Exceeds $1 Billion; Non-GAAP EPS of $1.01
Date:7/26/2011

11.8Global Generics net revenue for the second quarter 2011 increased 39 percent to $792.4 million due to increased sales of extended-release products, primarily as a result of the launch of methylphenidate ER during the quarter.  Extended release product sales were $380.1 million, up 138 percent from the second quarter 2010 as a result of the launch of methylphenidate ER and higher sales of metoprolol succinate ER.  Second quarter international net revenue was $119.2 million, up eight percent from the second quarter 2010, as a result of the addition of Specifar Pharmaceuticals in May.

Global Generics adjusted gross margin decreased 3.4 percentage points to 45.2 percent in the second quarter 2011.  Adjusted Global Generics gross margin was negatively impacted by the launch of methylphenidate ER.

Global Generics R&D investment for second quarter 2011 increased 31 percent to $58.3 million, primarily due to increased clinical study costs and increased investment in international R&D.  Six new products were launched in the U.S. and we had seven new patent challenges during the quarter.

Global Brands Segment InformationThree Months EndedJune 30,Six Months EndedJune 30,(Unaudited; $ in millions)

2011201020112010Product sales

$
92.0$
76.9$
72.3$
49.3Other revenue

20.926.637.545.5Net revenue

112.9103.5209.8194.8Operating expenses:Cost of sales

25.123.642.948.3Research and development

22.217.242.134.5Selling and marketing

44.835.481.367.9Segment contribution

$
20.8$
27.3$
43.5$
44.1Segment margin

18.4%26.4%20.7%22.6%Gross profit

$
87.8$
79.9$
.9$
46.5Gross margin

77.8%77.2%79.6%75.2%Global Brands net revenue increased nine percent to $112.9 million in the second quarter 2011 as a result of the addition of new products including Crinone®, Generess™ Fe and Nulecit™ and increased sales of RAPAF
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