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Sun Pharma Challenges US Antitrust Ruling

Indian Firm Seeks Leave To Appeal Antitrust Judgement

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India’s Sun Pharma has sought leave to appeal a US court ruling rejecting the company’s bid for dismissal of a multidistrict antitrust lawsuit involving its troubled Ranbaxy subsidiary.

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