Teva State Settlement On Price-Fixing Could Be First Of Many
Strikes $950,000 Deal With Mississippi To Dismiss Price-Fixing Claims
Teva has struck a $950,000 deal to settle US price-fixing litigation with the state of Mississippi, in what the firm anticipates could be the first of multiple settlements with individual US states.
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