Cipla Injects Scale With $550m US Buy
This article was originally published in Scrip
Cipla is acquiring the US-based firms InvaGen Pharmaceuticals and Exelan Pharmaceuticals for $550m, a deal which is expected to arm the India company with a ready basket of on-market generic drugs and attractive filings in addition to a manufacturing base as it ramps up in the US.
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