Tuesday, May 11, 2004

From the Canadian Press:
GlaxoSmithKline ordered to give Minnesota info on limiting drugs to Canada
A Minnesota district court judge compelled GlaxoSmithKline to turn over documents to the state's attorney general regarding its policy of limiting its sales to Canada.

Attorney General Mike Hatch is investigating whether Glaxo officials conspired with other drug companies when it decided more than a year ago to restrict sales to Canada in order to stop its medicines from being resold in America. In a statement, Glaxo officials said they were disappointed in the decision and expect to appeal.

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