Price-fixing scheme was to pressure health authority

A pharmacy and a director of the company have been handed fines of nearly $370,000 after they admitted engaging in price-fixing A New Zealand case has resulted in Prices Pharmacy 2011 Limited being fined NZ$344,000 (AUD$322,003) and a director of the company, Stuard Hebberd, fined NZ$50,000 (AUD$46,803) by the Wellington High Court. The Commerce Commission

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