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Local pharmaceutical manufacturer Adcock Ingram says its push into non-regulated products where it has better pricing power is paying off, but it is looking for growth across all its business divisions even as it grapples with pandemic-induced shifts in consumer spending.        

The group, in which Bidvest has a controlling stake, has been bulking up its presence in areas such as shoe-care products, a move that has helped the revenue contribution from products that are not price regulated rise from about a third to just under half over the past two years...

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