India’s Zydus Buys Laboratories Combix Of Spain For Generics Market
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Zydus Cadila of India said it has acquired the assets of Laboratories Combix of Spain, but did not disclose the purchase amount. A Zydus official said the takeover would help the firm establish itself as a global health care provider in addition to making generic drugs. The official said Zydus was counting on a rapidly growing market for generics in Spain, already considered the world's fifth-largest market for pharmaceuticals. Combix already has a portfolio of 17 molecules. (Click here for more
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