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UK Government And Industry Still Far Apart In Talks on New Pricing Scheme

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The UK pharmaceutical industry association, the ABPI, says it and the government are still far from reaching a deal on a new voluntary pricing agreement and has suggested that a transition to the statutory scheme could be on the cards if an acceptable deal cannot be secured.

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