Albemarle selling its propofol and ibuprofen businesses; India's Glenmark recalls drug in U.S.;

> India's Glenmark Pharmaceuticals has recalled 2,900 bottles of its stomach ulcer drug ranitidine in the U.S., made for it by Shasun Pharmaceuticals, after a bottle was found to contain a tablet of high blood pressure treatment metoprolol tartrate. Story

> Design and engineering firm Azbil Telstar, which serves the life sciences industry, has opened a subsidiary in Bangladesh. Release

> Square Pharmaceuticals plans to open a blood fractionation plant in India. Story

> Chemical maker Albemarle has an agreement to sell its FDA-regulated propofol and ibuprofen businesses along with it antioxidants and manufacturing sites in Orangeburg, SC, and Jinshan, China, to intermediate maker SI Group for an undisclosed sum. Release

And Finally... The FDA says China is having some of its inspectors shadow the FDA on plant inspections to learn more about what the FDA expects from manufacturing facilities. Blog Post