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Ranbaxy's Court Win On Lipitor Generics Leaves Compliance Issues Unanswered

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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India's Ranbaxy Laboratories may have been freed to launch a U.S. generic of the world's best-selling drug if it gets U.S. FDA approval, but a court's action allowing it to do so failed to settle several issues roiling within the pharmaceutical industry

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