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EU antitrust regulators send Johnson & Johnson (JNJ -0.1%) and Novartis (NVS -0.3%) a...

EU antitrust regulators send Johnson & Johnson (JNJ -0.1%) and Novartis (NVS -0.3%) a "statement of objections," or charge sheet, over a "co-promotion" deal they formulated that delayed the release of a generic competitor to J&J's painkiller fentanyl in Holland for 17 months in 2005-2006. The EU can levy fines of up to 10% of annual sales for anti-competitive behavior, although penalties are usually based on the revenues of the product involved. (PR)
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