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Halol Plant Approvals Still On Hold As Sun Responds To Lengthy FDA Inspection Report

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After years of pandemic-related delays, US FDA reinspects key Sun plant in Halol, India, hit with “official action indicated” inspection findings that tabled approvals just before COVID-19 impeded travel. However, new findings are generating further discussions.

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