en.ria.ru GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) will pay a fine of three billion yuan (£297m) to the Chinese government after a court rendered a positive judgment on bribery, The Guardian reported. "GSK plc fully accepts the facts and evidence of the investigation, and the verdict of the Chinese judicial authorities. Furthermore, GSK plc sincerely apologises to the Chinese patients, doctors and hospitals, and to the Chinese Government and the Chinese people," read the statement published on the company's website Friday. The court found that the GSK sales team in China bribed doctors with 3 billion yuan to use the company's drugs. to read more: en.ria.ru
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