April 29- Beleaguered Canadian drugmaker Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc filed its annual report on Friday, which will help it stave of a default on its $30 billion debt. The company said it was in compliance with its credit agreement and senior note indentures. Valeant said no additional restatements were required beyond those previously... » Read More
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