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Upbeat On Injectables, Aurobindo Is Hiking Capacities

Acquisition In Emerging Markets Possible

Executive Summary

Aurobindo expects revenues from injectables to increase to $650m-$700m over the next three years as its Vizag plant gets commissioned in a year’s time. Apart from seeking organic growth, the company is keeping an eye out for acquisitions in emerging markets, though big-ticket M&A is ruled out.

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