Sandoz Strikes $195m Deal On US Price-Fixing
Admits Role In Antitrust Conspiracies As Part Of US Investigation
Sandoz has agreed to pay a $195m criminal penalty, the largest for a US antitrust case, as part of a deferred prosecution agreement with the US Department of Justice to resolve antitrust allegations as part of the country’s ongoing investigation into generic price-fixing.
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