Cipla Cuts Down In-House Biosimilars Plans
Cipla is recalibrating investments in the “resource-intensive” biosimilars business, reinforcing its thrust on the respiratory and specialty products segment. Large biosimilar manufacturing plans in South Africa have been put on hold, with curtains seemingly coming down at an Indian unit.
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