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UK pharma firms accused of illegal deals to hike price of life-saving drug

Published on Friday 3rd of March 2017 12:54:48 PM in Guardian

Two drugs firms have been accused by the competition watchdog of making illegal deals in order to inflate the price for life-saving hydrocortisone tablets in the UK.It is alleged that Actavis UK incentivised its rival Concordia not to enter the market with its own version of ...

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