Canada will move on new drug price rules in 'very near future' -minister
OTTAWA, June 12 (Reuters) - Work on the Canadian
government's proposal to crack down on patented drug prices is
underway and "movement" should come very soon, Minister of
Health Ginette Petitpas Taylor said on Wednesday.
Asked when the final version of regulations first published
in December 2017 would come, the minister said: "That is work
that is well underway. We've been actively engaged in that, and
I would say that in the very near future you're going to be
seeing some movement on that as well."
(Reporting by Kelsey Johnson in Ottawa; Writing by Allison
Martell; Editing by Jeffrey Benkoe)
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