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Chinese Stamp On Indian Pharma; All Eyes On Regulatory Flow

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The Fosun group led by its billionaire chair Guo Guangchang has snapped up the injectables firm Gland for around $1.26bn, the first mega Chinese buy in the Indian pharmaceutical space. The deal opens up many potential collaborative opportunities, though it remains to be seen how smoothly it sails through in the Indian regulatory maze.

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