Two Admit Collusion On UK Nortriptyline
Alissa Healthcare and King Pharmaceuticals have admitted colluding over UK supplies of nortriptyline to keep prices up, following an investigation launched by the country’s CMA.
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Four firms – Accord, Alissa, Lexon and King – have been fined by the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority over price-fixing and information-sharing activities related to the supply of nortriptyline.
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