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Teva’s New Danish CEO Passes His First Test: Ignoring Netanyahu

The prime minister wanted Teva director Kare Schultz to shutter lower-cost manufacturing in India, but the executive knows that the banks and shareholders are his real boss

Yoram Gabison
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Kåre Schultz, Teva CEO, blond-haired, blue-eyed and with a high forehead, clean-shaven, wearing a sky-blue shirt  and dark tie and suit, pictured in an office.
Kåre Schultz, CEO of TevaCredit: Johan Wessman / News Oresund

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