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Manufacturing Woes Continue To Plague Dr Reddy’s; Are Generic Gleevec Launch Plans Under Threat?

Executive Summary

Dr Reddy’s Laboratories was battered on Indian bourses on March 9 after one of the firm’s formulation sites failed to get a clean chit from the FDA, piling up pressure on important US generic launch timelines.

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