Cipla’s Proventil Rival Gnaws At US Market
Indian Firm Accelerates Albuterol Supply In The US
Cipla’s generic of Merck & Co’s Proventil makes significant inroads in the US, with the Indian company confident that it has both a strong cost position and large capacity to take on competition. Pricing in the segment currently remains ‘respectable.’
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