Syngene Makes Strong Debut On Indian Bourses
This article was originally published in Scrip
Syngene International has made a strong debut on Indian bourses listing at INR295 ($4.6) and closing higher, even as the overall market declined in the country. Syngene is the research services arm of Biocon.
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