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Not Selling Yet, Cipla Opposes Capping MNC-led Buyouts Of Indian Firms

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

MUMBAI - Cipla Ltd. Chairman Yusuf K. Hamied has tried to temper nagging speculation over a possible sell-off to a global company like Merck & Co. or Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd. He emphatically denied holding any negotiations and claimed he has never been approached for a potential transaction

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