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Singh Brothers Asked To Pay Up $550m Arbitral Award To Daiichi

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An Indian court has ruled that tycoons Malvinder and Shivinder Singh must pay Daiichi Sankyo $550m in damages originally awarded by a Singapore arbitration panel over the Japanese drugmaker’s ill-fated purchase of generic giant Ranbaxy.

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