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Germany To Honor Pledge To Cut Spending On Medicines

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Germany looks set to introduce new measures to curb pharmaceutical spending, including higher mandatory rebates for outpatient drugs and combination products. It will also lower the threshold at which orphan drugs must undergo a benefit assessment.

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