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Merck, Cipla Deny Deal Talks But The Charm Of The Indian Market Stokes Speculations

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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MUMBAI - Merck CEO designate Kenneth Frazier's visit to India accompanied by key global leaders earlier this month sparked rumors that takeover of a large Indian company could be on Merck's wish list and Cipla - the largest home-grown company by market share - may be the likely target on the Big Pharma's radar

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