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Torrent Sees Decline In US Sales After Dropping Sartan Portfolio

As Company Continues To Grow Domestically

Executive Summary

Torrent Pharma has reported a double-digit drop in its US revenues after discontinuing its sartan portfolio, due to the presence of trace amounts of N-nitrosodimethylamine. The company saw its domestic market grow aided by market share gains in high potential new launches.

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