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Indian Firms Take Different Paths On Ranitidine

Solara To Reassign Capacity, Strides Considers Relaunch

Executive Summary

A double blow to ranitidine medicines  suspension in the EU and a withdrawal request in the US  has caused Indian API and formulation manufacturers to recalibrate their strategies. Amid uncertainty over future prospects for the gastrointestinal drug, Strides is considering a relaunch in the US while Solara is reassigning part of its capacity to manufacture other APIs.

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