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Buzzing Indian M&A/IPO Counter In 2016?

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2016 could see an uptick in M&A deal flow in India and more than half a dozen healthcare/pharma firms may consider going public, buoyed by a clutch of successful recent IPOs, according to experts in the deal advisory/private equity space.

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