Early API Momentum At Indian Firms: Not Just A Quarterly Bump?
Alembic and Biocon kick off the Q1 earnings season in India with significant growth in the active pharmaceutical ingredients business and expect to see continued momentum in the area. More Indian firms could gain as customers realign strategies and move away from single sources to de-risk their supply chain, learning from pandemic-related disruptions.
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