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More Interest In Speculated Cipla Stake Sale: Portfolio, Cultural Fit Will Matter

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After PEs, Torrent Pharma is speculated to be in the fray for a stake in Cipla. Experts weigh in on the contours of the product and cultural alignment of the two firms, should things move forward and also whether other Indian players could take a shot at the 'once in a lifetime opportunity'.

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