Sunday, May 08, 2005

Drug company stockholders reject Minnesota resolution on Canadian pharmacies

From the Canadian Press:
Shareholders at three of the United States' biggest drugmakers have voted down a Minnesota state-sponsored resolution urging them to keep supplies flowing to Canadian pharmacies that cater to American customers.

But the Minnesota Board of Investment's resolution garnered significantly more support than shareholder-sponsored moves usually do. At Pfizer Inc.'s shareholder meeting last Thursday, 28 per cent voted to examine the company's policy of restricting Canadian inventories. ...more


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