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UK’s CMA Issues £35m In Fines Over Prochlorperazine

Advanz And Alliance Plan To Appeal Against Decision By Competition Watchdog

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Multiple firms have been fined a total of more than £35m by the UK’s competition regulator in connection with an alleged illegal arrangement connected with anti-nausea drug prochlorperazine that led prices to increase by 700%. But Advanz and Alliance have hit back at the decision, revealing plans to appeal.

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