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India Generic Drug Maker Matrix Increases Stake in China's Mchem

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

NEW DELHI - Hyderabad, India-based Matrix Laboratories has increased its stake in China-based Mchem group to 97 percent from 60 percent for an undisclosed amount, Matrix said

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