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Mylan eyes pediatric products for future Indian growth

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Executive Summary

More details of Mylan's scale-up plans in India are now emerging, with the US firm confirming to Scrip that it expects to introduce a hematinic product in the country and is also eyeing a potential entry into the pediatric health space going forward.

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