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U.S. states sue Teva, 19 other drug companies in price-fixing complaint

Reuters Saturday, 11 May 2019
Forty-four U.S. states have filed a lawsuit accusing 20 drug companies including Teva Pharmaceuticals USA Inc of a sweeping scheme to inflate drug prices and stifle competition for more than 100 generic drugs, state prosecutors said on Saturday.
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Forty-four U.S. states have filed a lawsuit against 20 drug companies including Teva Pharmaceuticals USA Inc. They're accused of concocting a sweeping scheme to inflate drug prices and stifle competition for more than 100 generic drugs. The drugs treated conditions including diabetes, high...

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