Sun Hit As US FDA Raises Fresh Concerns Over Key Halol Plant
Indian generic giant Sun Pharma says the US FDA has flagged up new potential violations of good manufacturing practices at the company's key Halol factory, which exports a large number of products to the crucial US market and had been expected to overcome its past compliance problems.
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