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Daiichi Sankyo Rolls Out Generics In Japan While Ranbaxy Products Still On Hold In U.S.

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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TOKYO - Daiichi Sankyo has initiated operations for its Ranbaxy-supported generics subsidiary in Japan - Daiichi Sanyko Espha - a positive step for the company's established products plans as it awaits news on U.S. FDA action on Ranbaxy

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