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Greek health care spending in the spotlight
The world of Greek politics is being consumed by a price-fixing scandal centred on the Swiss pharmaceutical company Novartis, and its alleged links to senior Greek politicians between 2006-2015.
Ten former ministers and prime ministers, most of whom served between 2010 and 2014, are alleged to have accepted a total of 50 million euros in kickbacks from the Greek subsidiary of the pharma giant. The preferential treatment of Novartis is alleged t...
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