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As Drug Shortages Plague The U.S., Could India’s Strides Be Looking To Sell?

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

Aided by an acute drug shortage in the U.S., Agila, the injectables business of Strides, has grown rapidly, sparking speculation of a buyout from a global bidder. PharmAsia News takes a closer look.

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