China police say GlaxoSmithKline broke law to boost sales prices

22:43 EDT 14 Jul 2013 | Reuters

BEIJING, July 15 (Reuters) - British drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline used travel agencies and consultancies as vehicles to bribe officials and doctors and illegally boosted the sales prices of its drugs sold in China, police said on Monday.

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