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Dr Reddy's buys UCB portfolio in S Asia

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Dr Reddy's Laboratories has snapped up a select portfolio of UCB's established products business in India, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Maldives for INR8bn ($128m), bolstering its presence in the high growth dermatology, respiratory and paediatric segments.

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