Mylan Weighs "Big Bang" Or "Phased" Products Rollout In India; Significant Workforce Additions Planned
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
The global generics firm will rebrand Matrix, its Indian arm, as "Mylan," as it anticipates launching its prescription products in India under the Mylan label.
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