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GSK Resetting Old And Building New Product Planks In India

Executive Summary

GlaxoSmithKline is looking to rebuild in India its topical antibiotic brand Neosporin, which has returned to the market after an almost two-year absence following supply issues, while a new - seemingly India-specific - thrust in prescription probiotics and momentum in vaccines are also seen driving local growth this year.

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