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UK Competition Body Backs Up Claim That Pfizer & Flynn Abused Dominant Position With ‘Excessive’ Prices

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The UK CMA has explained why it believes Pfizer and Flynn Pharma abused a dominant market position by charging “excessive and unfair” prices for a generic epilepsy drug, while the two companies have laid out their the grounds for appealing against the decision.

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