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Ranbaxy Claims Greatest Indian Market Share, Ahead of Cipla, GSK

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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Ranbaxy Laboratories beat out Cipla as India's drug maker with the highest share of the domestic market in July. Ranbaxy claimed a 5.1 percent market share during the month, while Cipla recorded a 4.89 percent share. Ranbaxy's sales for the month increased by 13.4 percent compared with Cipla's 9.7 percent. The audit by ORG-IMS gave U.K. drug maker GlaxoSmithKline the third largest market share, followed by Indian makers Piramal Healthcare and Zydus Cadila. (Click here for more

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