Aspen guilty of collusion

UK watchdog’s provisional report implicates SA company in lifesaving drug price-hike scandal

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Aspen Pharmacare has less than a month to pay the UK’s National Health Service £8m (R149m) for inflating the price of drugs sold to the service by up to 1,800%.

The SA pharmaceutical giant was, in a provisional finding, named as one of the guilty parties in a collusion scandal by the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA)...

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