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Zydus Sees Revlimid Generic Revenues Beyond Q4 As It Waits For Antitrust Suit To Play Out

Acquires Teva Group API Maker Watson

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Zydus, along with Bristol Myers Squibb and generics companies like Mylan, Cipla and Dr. Reddy’s, has been named in an antitrust suit involving BMS’ blockbuster drug Revlimid. For now, it expects revenues from the generic to stretch beyond Q4 FY’23. Meanwhile, a recent acquisition of Watson, which made APIs for the Teva group, should shore up declining API revenues

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