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Indoco Yet To See Predicted Revival In Domestic Business

As Company Reports 18% Revenue Growth Overall In Q3

Executive Summary

India’s Indoco has reported double-digit growth despite a slow recovery of its domestic business during its financial third quarter ended 31 December 2020. The Indian company reported 18% sales growth overall, lifted by 73% growth in its International business in Q3. 

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