On 17 July 2017, the European Commission issued a Statement of Objections against pharmaceutical companies Teva and Cephalon (which is now a subsidiary of Teva) alleging that Teva breached Article 101 TFEU by concluding an agreement with Cephalon not to market a cheaper generic
The EU Commission sends statements of objection for alleged pay-for-delay agreement (Teva / Cephalon)
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