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Nichi-Iko Logs 35.6 Billion Yen in Excess Debt in April-September

November 15, 2022
Nichi-Iko Pharmaceutical said on November 14 that it fell into excess liabilities to the tune of 35.6 billion yen in April-September, battered by an impairment loss of 47.4 billion yen booked by US subsidiary Sagent Pharmaceuticals. In the first half…

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