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India’s Top Drug Maker Cipla Ropes In Teva’s Tim Crew As U.S. Plans Take Shape

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

After hiring Teva’s Frank Pieters and Novartis’ Subhanu Saxena, Cipla has now roped in Teva’s Tim Crew to play a key role in its U.S. plans. Many see it as a sustained effort to bring in higher management bandwidth.

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