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Drugmaker Aspen has offered to pay the UK’s National Health System (NHS) £8 million ($9.7 million) to resolve competition concerns.
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CMA, competition, antitrust, NHS, Competition and Markets Authority, drug suppliers, Aspen, competition settlement