Analysts Upbeat On Aurobindo After Strong Earnings
Analysts are enthusiastic about the US earnings prospects of leading Indian generic firm Aurobindo after the company reported a nearly 20% jump in consolidated net profit for the third quarter, and declared it would focus on digesting its acquisitions.
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