Clawback tax to be increased further in 2018
…more that the figure for Q2 2017 (18.5%) and 5 p.p. more than that of Q3 2016 (14.91%). Florian Bodog, the Health Minister, has said that he does not want the clawback tax to constitute a burden for manufacturers or to prevent patients from gaining access to drugs.
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