Why Baxter’s GMP False Claims Settlement Was Smaller Than Those Of GSK, Ranbaxy
Baxter resolves US plant’s GMP whistleblower allegations for just $18m, a bargain compared to the $750m GlaxoSmithKline paid in 2010 and the $500m Ranbaxy paid in 2013. One reason: it was more narrowly focused.
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