Novo Nordisk enters USD 6.3m legal settlement in US

Allegations that Novo Nordisk had breached the US Trade Agreement Act of 1979 have been resolved in a settlement, though the Danish pharmaceutical company admits no wrongdoing.

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Novo Nordisk has entered a settlement in the US, paying USD 6.3m according to MarketWire.

The settlement resolves allegations by the US Department of Justice, the DOJ, concerning some Novo Nordisk products marketed in the US that were reportedly produced in blacklisted countries, meaning they were in violation of the US Trade Agreement Act of 1979.

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