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Biocon Refutes Graft Charges After Regulatory Official Booked, Says Due Process Followed

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Indian investigating agency probes alleged bribe paid to drugs regulator in a case pertaining to the approval process of Biocon Biologics’ insulin aspart. The company strongly denies the allegations, underscoring that all its product approvals are backed by science and clinical data.

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