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No Cease-Fire: India Seeks $190 Million Tax From Sanofi’s Shantha Deal

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily

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India’s tax department has filed a petition with the Supreme Court, challenging an earlier judgment that sided with Sanofi in a tax dispute that could impact future acquisitions in the country.

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