Sunday January 26, 2020

Pharmacy mark-ups under pressure

Pharmacists are up in arms following the latest attack on the regulation of their profession, this time in a paper published by the Policy Institute in Trinity College Dublin.

18th December, 2004

Pharmacists are up in arms following the latest attack on the regulation of their profession, this time in a paper published by the Policy Institute in Trinity College Dublin.

They have good reason to be alarmed, given that the taxi market was partially deregulated after a major public debate fuelled by an earlier paper published by the institute.

One of the authors of the taxi paper was economist John Fingleton, now chairman of the Competition...

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