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Debt-ridden Indian vaccine maker Panacea to exit hospitals

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The financially stretched Indian vaccines producer Panacea Biotec has put on the block its interest in an ambitious hospital enterprise as part of efforts to satisfy certain terms of a debt revamp plan.

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