SINGAPORE (Jan 7): Dealmaking in the global healthcare sector is forecast to rise modestly this year after 2019 “started with a bang” with news of US pharmaceutical giant Bristol-Myers Squibb’s intended acquisition of Celgene for US$74 billion ($100.5 billion).

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