Korean Government Launches Strongest-ever Drive To Root Out Rebates
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
SEOUL - In the strongest ever all-out government crackdown on rebates between hospital doctors and pharmaceutical companies, the Korean government established a joint task force at a Seoul Prosecution Office that it hopes will add teeth to better enforce anti-rebate laws implemented last November
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