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With Investment In Bharat Serum, OrbiMed Speeds Up Its Second Deal In India In Four Months

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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MUMBAI - The world's largest healthcare fund OrbiMed seems to be in a hurry to invest in emerging Indian companies. Less than four months after the nearly $5 billion fund made its debut with investments in the Southern Indian clinical research outfit Ecron Acunova, it has now struck its second deal with Bharat Serums and Vaccines - a mid-sized biopharmaceutical unit that mainly manufactures niche life-saving injectable drugs

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