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Intas Pharmaceuticals to go for $4-billion deals in a month

Teva's units in Europe and Mallinckrodt's US generic business among the planned bids

Abhineet Kumar & Sohini Das  |  Mumbai/Ahmedabad 

Ahmedabad-based Intas Pharmaceuticals had emerged as the dark horse last October when it acquired the generic business of Actavis in the UK and Ireland for Rs 5,100 crore ($732 million) from Teva.  Intas beat global giants Mylan and Novartis, besides domestic rival Aurobindo Pharma, to the deal. In less than a year, Intas will be bidding for three assets worth $4 billion by mid-October. This would be the biggest bet by an Indian pharma overseas. Two of these three assets are Teva’s units in Europe.  The world’s biggest generic maker is struggling ...

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First Published: Fri, September 15 2017. 00:35 IST
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