2021 Deal Action In India: Watch Private Equity And E-Pharmacy
Pharma Deal Making Vibrant After 2020 COVID-19 Deals
Most roads led to India in 2020 when it came to deals to expand access to COVID-19 therapies, but the challenging year also saw significant private equity interest and there are expectations of more action ahead in the new year.
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