gSpiriva Delivers First Mover Advantage In US, Lupin Plans Europe Launch
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Lupin’s Q2 margins jumped post launch of the first Spiriva generic in the US, encouraging launch plans for Europe and Canada. With four out of five plants clearing a regulatory overhang from earlier warning letters, the specialty engine is revving up though competition in first-to-file products launched earlier could dampen margins somewhat
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