Baxter gets warning letter for 2 plants; BASF to invest €10B in Asia; Valneva sells operations;

> The FDA has sent Baxter International a warning letter laying out problems it found during inspections at a plant in North Carolina, as well as faulting it for failing to send field alert reports from a plant in Jayuya, Puerto Rico. Letter

> Germany's BASF says it will invest €10 billion toward sustainability in the Asia Pacific region by 2020. Report

> A new research report says Kenya has potential for drug manufacturers wanting to tap Africa. Report

> Valneva SE will sell its clinical manufacturing operation in Nantes, France, to the Indian company Biological E as part of a cost-cutting move. Item

> Vitamin and supplement maker Pharmavite has opened a 330,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Opelika, AL. Story

And Finally... The FDA says it found fungus in unopened vials of preservative-free methylprednisolone acetate made by the compounder Main Street Family Pharmacy. Alert