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Regions :: Western Europe :: France
EU fines six pharma firms for curbing entry of cheaper generic drugs
8:29 AM MDT | July 10, 2014 | Natasha Alperowicz
The European Commission announced on Wednesday that it has imposed fines totaling €427.7 million ($582.8 million) on the French pharmaceutical company Servier and five producers of generic drugs—Niche/Unichem; Matrix, now part of Mylan; Teva; Krka; and Lupin—for concluding a series of deals to protect Servier's best-selling blood pressure medicine, perindopril, from price competition by generics in the European Union. Through a technology acquisition and a series of patent settlements with generic rivals, Servier breached EU antitrust rules by...
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