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Lessons From Mercosur Multi-Country Pricing Negotiations

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Latin American joint price negotiations have proved successful and other countries are taking note.

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Joint Price Negotiations Move Ahead In Latin America

Latin American countries are continuing to pursue a strategy of jointly negotiating medicine prices to get a better deal on expensive medicines. However, manufacturers have expressed doubt that this is the best way forward.

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