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Torrent Acquires Chronic Brands From Dr Reddy’s, Folds Up US Liquids Business

Aczone Tracks Well Post Launch

Executive Summary

Torrent is recalibrating strategy with the addition of chronic therapies from Dr Reddy’s while it folds up an unsustainable liquids business in US. The latter resulted in the company reporting a Q4 loss but a timely bonus share issue propped up investor sentiment.

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