Glenmark Labels As ‘Speculative’ Report Of Talks To Sell API Unit Stake
Debt-laden Glenmark Pharmaceuticals has described as “speculative” a report that the firm is discussing with leading Indian family investment office PremjiInvest selling a minority stake in its newly hived-off API subsidiary. The company has promised to remain “proactive” in informing the Bombay Stock Exchange about corporate developments.
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