Singapore Private Equity Backs Concord's Take Off Plans
Niche therapy players, backed by strong technology platforms, continue to attract rich valuations in India, the latest being the Singapore-based private equity firm Quadria Capital's investment in Concord Biotech Ltd, an Indian manufacturer of fermentation based biopharmaceutical APIs [active pharmaceutical ingredients].
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