Fosun Tweaks Gland Deal Amid Limbo In India
China’s Fosun group isn’t backing off from its $1bn-plus buyout of Gland Pharma and will now pursue a tweaked version of the original deal that technically qualifies for automatic approval under Indian rules. Whether that means smooth sailing hereon remains unclear.
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