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How scalable are IVF firms for PE/VC investments amid regulatory uncertainty?

30 November, 2016

Just a couple of months after the Cabinet approved a bill to ban commercial surrogacy, two contrasting developments occurred in the in vitro fertilisation (IVF) market involving private equity players in the country. Firstly, a private equity firm made a fairly good investment in a home-grown IVF and secondly, a PE-backed IVF firm said it is scaling down its operations in India.


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How scalable are IVF firms for PE/VC investments amid regulatory uncertainty?

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