Dr Reddy’s International Business Makes Up For Domestic Decline
Company Begins To Integrate Wockhardt Business Following Acquisition
Dr Reddy’s saw growth particularly in Europe, North America and international markets in the firm’s financial first quarter ended June 2020. However, the company’s domestic business saw a decline of a due to the impact of COVID-19.
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