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Dr Reddy’s Charts Sharp Cost Overhaul Amid Weak Q1

Executive Summary

Dr Reddy’s plans a significant review of its “cost structure”, including potential portfolio rationalization and R&D site optimization, as part of broader efforts to emerge “leaner and agile” as it grapples with multiple business challenges that saw it post disappointing first quarter earnings.

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