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Divi's Gears Up For A Biosimilars Play, Move Comes At The Back Of Demand From Existing Clients

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

HYDERABAD, India - Years of relationship with large multinational companies has prompted Divi's Labs - one of India's largest contract manufacturers for pharmaceutical raw materials or bulk drugs - to explore a presence in the biosimilars manufacturing space

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