Will The Next Teva Be From India? Global Scale, Product Mix, And A Strong Balance Sheet Can Trigger Big M&As By Indian Pharma
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
MUMBAI - News reports of Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. CEO Shlomo Yanai's recent visit to India sparked rumors that the company may have finally set its sights on the Indian market via a joint venture with Cipla Ltd. But even as the world's largest generic company toys with the idea of entering the sub-continent, leading analysts predict that the next Teva - referencing its multi-fold growth in the last six years - could soon emerge out of India
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