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Eager Investors Snap Up Indian IPOs On Positive Health Care Outlook

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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Investors upbeat about the prospects for India's health care sector have given a strong welcome to IPOs by Alkem Laboratories, the country's fifth-largest drug company in terms of domestic revenues, and Dr. Lal PathLabs which has a strong nationwide presence, as the overall first-time share sale market regains its vigor to post its best performance in five years.

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