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Canada Plans To Force Firms To Disclose Confidential Pricing Deals

Executive Summary

Companies operating in Canada could face pharmacoeconomic evaluations to decide if drugs are over-priced as well as a requirement to disclose information that could impair the confidentiality of pricing agreements.

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