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Sun Pharma Managing Director Dilip Shanghvi On Building Its U.S. Base: An Interview With PharmAsia News (Part 2 of 2)

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With a robust business strategy of strengthening its U.S. operations, India's Sun Pharmaceutical has emerged as the most valued Indian drug company. As stock markets hammered down valuations for other top Indian drug companies like Ranbaxy, Dr. Reddy's and Cipla, analysts have largely held Sun's valuations steady. In a rare interview with PharmAsia News' Indian bureau, Sun Pharmaceutical Chairman and Managing Director Dilip Shanghvi shares his thoughts on the long term goals for the company and speaks out on the tangle that his company is engaged in to acquire Israeli drug maker Taro.

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