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Daiichi Demands Court Block Fortis Sale Until Singhs Pay $550m Arbitration Award

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Daiichi Sankyo has demanded that an Indian court block a mega-deal to sell Indian hospital chain Fortis to a local healthcare provider until the hospital chain’s founders, Malvinder Singh and Shivinder Singh, pay a $550m international arbitration award to the Japanese drugmaker.

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