Indoco Sees Domestic And International Growth
As Company’s Overall Revenues Grow By 43% In Q1 FY22
Indoco has seen double-digit growth in domestic and international markets in the first quarter of financial year 2022. Headquartered in Mumbai, Indoco has reported overall growth of almost 43% and an increase of 124.6% in its operating profit in Q1 FY22.
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