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Novartis-Dr Reddy’s Sales Pact, Job Cuts: Are Foreign Firms Altering India Push?

Novartis India To Let Go Of About 400 Employees

Executive Summary

Novartis India hands over sales and distribution of certain established brands, accounting for 50% of the 2020-2021 product revenues, to Dr Reddy’s as more foreign firms opt to leverage ground strengths of local players. Does it represent a wider trend where foreign firms are re-calibrating operations in India to focus energies on specialty and patented products?

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