Canada's Drug Price Paradox: The Unexpected Losses Caused by Government Interference in Pharmaceutical Markets
— Published on February 23, 2005
This study shows that Canadians pay much more than they should for generic drugs and that this is because of the very government policies that were supposed to make prescription medicines cheaper in the first place. This study also finds that price controls on patented drugs are unnecessary because market prices in Canada would often be nearly the same as government-imposed prices anyway.
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