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Date:9/13/2007

w River Collaboration Agreements, the parties were required to collaborate on the development, manufacturing, marketing and sales of VYVANSE in the US. Profits from the collaboration arising in the US were to be divided according to a predetermined formula, based on the scheduling of VYVANSE by the DEA. Post-approval milestones were due under the New River Collaboration Agreements if the product received favorable scheduling (schedule III, IV or V or unscheduled) and on the achievement of certain sales milestones.

Through the New River Collaboration Agreements Shire also acquired the license in the RoW territory to develop and commercialize VYVANSE, in consideration of a low double-digit royalty.

Shire paid an initial sum of $50 million to New River in January 2005 on signing the original collaboration agreement and a further $50 million was paid by Shire to New River following acceptance of the filing of a New Drug Application ("NDA") by the FDA in January 2006. These payments were capitalized by the Company as intangible assets in accordance with IAS 38, "Intangible Assets". As at the acquisition date, no amortization had been recorded in respect of these intangible assets as they were not yet available for use as final DEA scheduling was yet to be received.

As Shire has a pre-existing relationship with New River, Shire has accounted for the acquisition of New River as a multiple element transaction, with one element being the business combination and one element being the effective settlement of Shire's pre-existing relationship with New River. As no specific guidance exists under IFRS 3 `Business Combinations' governing the accounting for business combinations when a pre-existing relationship is present, Shire has analogised the multiple element approach as outlined in IAS 18, "Revenue", together with specific guidance in US GAAP in respect of accounting for business combinations when pre-existing relationships exist as outlined in EITF 04-1, "
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