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Dr Reddy's Slumps In Q1 But Will Pressures Ease Soon?

Executive Summary

Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories (DRL) has reported a slump in profits for the first quarter, dented by a decline in volume growth and pricing pressure in the US as well as a loss of business in Venezuela. While the firm's long term story appears intact, resolution of compliance issues at its Indian sites and product flows in the US and other markets (DRL expects to participate in a Russian tender for rituximab) could lift investor sentiment significantly.

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