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UK To Cut Company Payments Under Statutory Pricing Scheme

Govt Seeks Level Playing Field

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Companies that are part of the statutory pricing scheme could pay up to £6m less in 2020 under government proposals to cut percentage payments on their sales to the National Health Service. 

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