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Strides Exits Australia To ‘Double-Down’ On US Market

Executive Summary

Strides founder Arun Kumar says he’s succeeded in putting the company back on the road to health after it shocked financial markets by swinging to a quarterly loss last year. But as part of the recovery plan, the company is selling its key Australia generic business to “double-down” on the US market.

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Strides plans for US growth

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