GSK Investigates Alleged Improper Conduct in Iraq

By John Lee.

Bloomberg reports that GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is investigating allegations of improper conduct in Iraq.

The company said:

These allegations relate to a small number of individuals. However, we are investigating whether there has been any improper conduct. We have zero tolerance for unethical or illegal behavior.

The Wall Street Journal reported that Glaxo hired 16 government-employed doctors and pharmacists as paid sales representatives in Iraq.

(Source: Bloomberg)

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