President Trump unveils two new policies targeting drug prices
Lawsuits are almost guaranteed for both rules, leaving their paths to implementation unclear
By Jacquie Lee|November 20, 2020 at 03:28 PM
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(Bloomberg) –The Trump administration Friday released two contentious drug policies, one that could cut profit margins for pharmaceutical companies and another that would allow them to make smaller payments to their partners.
Both moves culminate four years of presidential threats to companies in the drug supply chain to reduce prices or bow to regulations. The move could leave the incoming Biden administration with massive policies to either enact, change, or somehow dismantle.
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