The Italian Competition Authority criticizes the introduction of legislative provisions that reserve only to pharmacies the provision of certain public health services paid by the national health service

The Italian Competition Authority once again criticizes the introduction of legislative provisions that reserve only to pharmacies the provision of certain public health services paid by the NHS The Italian Competition Authority (AGCM or ICA) with letter dated 10 March 2020 sent to the Parliament and to the Government within the scope of its advocacy powers (Article 21 of Law 287/90), once again criticized the introduction of rules that reserve only to pharmacies the provision of certain public health services paid by the National Health Service. It had already done so in 2010, 2014, 2016 and 2018. The occasion for this new report was the

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  • Portolano Cavallo (Milan)

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Enzo Marasà, The Italian Competition Authority criticizes the introduction of legislative provisions that reserve only to pharmacies the provision of certain public health services paid by the national health service, 10 March 2020, e-Competitions March 2020, Art. N° 100120

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