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Granules May Be Next Private Equity Target

As EIR Obtained For Chantilly, US Facility

Executive Summary

A recent focus on high-margin generic formulations, strong contract manufacturing business, and expected cash inflow from stake sales in joint ventures could make Granules India an attractive buy for private equity funds.

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