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Strides' Net Profit Dives But Regulated Markets Seen Delivering Growth

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Strides Shasun has reported third-quarter net profit plunged by 57% but the Indian firm says performance will improve in coming quarters thanks to its regulated market focus, and analysts agree earnings look set to rise.

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