Swift And Nimble – Alembic Laps Up US Valsartan Windfall In Q2
Alembic moved fast and seized supply opportunities for valsartan, the hypertension drug that has seen shortages in the US, though management maintains that fundamental changes to the US market are there to stay given the backdrop of buying power of distributors.
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