S. Korea Pharma Group’s President Under Fire For Kickbacks
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Executive SummaryThe head of South Korea's pharmaceutical association and his company face questions by the group's fair trade committee over kickback allegations. Auh June-sun is president of the Korea Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association and chairman of Ahngook Pharm. The company was reported to have paid kickbacks to physicians for prescribing the firm's products. The company is expected to be punished by the association and the administration while the National Assembly ponders legislation to punish recipients of such kickbacks. (Click here for more
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