Roche Suspends Medicines Deliveries To Indebted Greek Hospitals
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Mired in economic troubles, Greece's public hospitals owe the drug maker more than €150 million. The health ministry says it is sending cash soon.
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