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Ranbaxy & Lilly: Flexibility in Building a Generics Business

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Through Ranbaxy, the joint venture can provide its own raw materials and access highly efficient, low-cost manufacturing and development operations. Lilly contributes sales, marketing and regulatory know-how in the US and other Western markets.

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