Pfizer Inc. agreed to delay implementation of planned price increases for certain drugs a day after President Donald Trump launched an attack on the company.
By Jared S Hopkins and Toluse Olorunnipa|July 11, 2018 at 11:06 AM
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Pfizer Inc. agreed to delay implementation of planned price increases for certain drugs a day after President Donald Trump launched an attack on the company, saying it should be “ashamed” of the move.
Trump said on Tuesday evening that the New York-based company would be “rolling back price hikes” after he spoke with its chief executive officer, Ian Read, and his administration’s top health official.
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