GSK beats earnings expectations, to detail June split plan By Reuters

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(Reuters) – GSK beat analysts’ expectations for first-quarter earnings as more people visited clinics for routine vaccines after COVID-19 limits were lowered, adding on Wednesday that plans to split into two they were “on the right track” and details are expected in June.

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