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Daiichi Sankyo poised to enter Japan's generics sector

This article was originally published in Scrip

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Daiichi Sankyo is to set up a new operation in Japan for the manufacture and marketing of its own mature products as well as generics sourced from Ranbaxy Laboratories, in a move designed to build on its 2008 acquisition of the Indian firm.

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