UK Wants European Court's View On Paroxetine Pay-For-Delay Case
A referral in the long-running paroxetine pay-for-delay case will see the Court of Justice of the EU give preliminary rulings on a number of competition issues such as abuse of a dominant position, the relevant product market, and restrictions of competition by object and by effect.
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