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Drugmakers colluded to drive up price of anti-nausea drug by 700%

May 23, 2019
Business Services, Medical Communications Business, NHS, collusion, competition, pharma

Four pharmaceutical firms have been accused of illegally colluding to restrict the supply of anti-nausea medication Prochlorperazine after the price …


US States allege 20 generic drugmakers fixed prices of generic drugs

May 13, 2019
Sales and Marketing competition, generics, markets, price fixing, price-fixing, pricing

Forty-four US States have filed a lawsuit against 20 generic drugmakers – including Teva Pharmaceuticals – over allegations the firms …


UK Government announces £10m antimicrobial resistance research competition

July 11, 2018
Research and Development 10 million, antimicrobial, competition, government, resistance

The UK Government’s Department of Health and Social Care has announced the launch of a £10 million research competition aimed …

European Commission launches new generic deal review

January 18, 2011
Sales and Marketing European Commission, anti-trust investigation, competition, generics

The European Commission has asked a number of firms to submit copies of their patent settlements in 2010 to see …

European scrutiny of pharma patent deals to continue

July 6, 2010
Sales and Marketing European Commission, competition, patents

Europe’s drug watchdog has served notice that it will keep up scrutiny of pharma patent settlements to ensure they are …

Adapt or die

December 2, 2009
Manufacturing and Production competition, generics, industry, pa consulting

For years, healthcare has been one of the most profitable sectors in industry. However the world is changing, and fast.Generics …

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