The UK Competition Authority announces that several firms have been fined a total of over £35M for an anti-competitive arrangement in the supply of important National Health Service prescription anti-nausea tablets (Alliance Pharmaceuticals / Focus / Lexon)

On 3 February 2022, the UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) announced that – following an investigation into the conduct of several pharmaceutical firms – it had fined several firms a total of over £35 million for an anti-competitive arrangement in the supply of important National Health Service (NHS) prescription anti-nausea tablets. Whilst the CMA’s decision has so far only been announced, and it is therefore currently difficult to comment on the specifics of the investigation, the CMA’s press release

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Michael Clancy, Peter L'Ecluse, Catherine Longeval, Koen T'Syen, The UK Competition Authority announces that several firms have been fined a total of over £35M for an anti-competitive arrangement in the supply of important National Health Service prescription anti-nausea tablets (Alliance Pharmaceuticals / Focus / Lexon), 3 February 2022, e-Competitions February 2022, Art. N° 105391

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