Events And Losses That Shook India Pharma In The Decade
The past decade witnessed a bout of pharma 'shock and awe' events in India, some of which still reverberate across the industry. The period also marked the death of doyens of the Indian pharmaceutical sector, including the founders of Dr Reddy’s and Lupin.
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Scrip traces some of the prominent changes in the corner office at front-line, family-owned Indian firms Cipla and Dr Reddy’s in the decade gone by.
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