Ranbaxy Claims Greatest Indian Market Share, Ahead of Cipla, GSK
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
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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