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The Curious Case Of The Ranbaxy-Teva Lipitor Deal; NY AG Reveals Hidden Provision

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The New York Attorney General obtains a $300,000 settlement with Ranbaxy and Teva for their agreement not to challenge each other’s market exclusivity rights; the arrangement was part of a deal that gave Teva a cut of Ranbaxy’s atorvastatin sales.

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