Israel's Supreme Court asks Sun to hold Taro warrant plan
This article was originally published in Scrip
The Supreme Court of Israel has held that India's Sun Pharmaceutical Industries cannot go ahead with a warrant to purchase additional shares of Taro while a previous temporary injunction was effective.
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