Croatian Drug Maker Suspected of Corruption in Slovenia
Ljubljana, 23 October - Croatian pharmaceutical company Pliva has put forward a proposal to several Slovenian outpatients clinics which sets down that the clinics would receive financial awards if they convinced their doctors to prescribe Pliva's drugs, the daily Dnevnik reported Wednesday. According to head of the Office for the Prevention of Corruption Bostjan Penko, the document shows all tell-tale signs of corruption and soliciting to crime, and is already being examined by anti-corruption experts.
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