WASHINGTON, Jan 18 (Reuters) – Mallinckrodt Plc,
which bought Questcor Pharmaceuticals in 2014, has agreed to pay
$100 million to settle allegations that Questcor broke U.S.
antitrust laws in pricing its multiple sclerosis drug H.P.
Acthar Gel, the Federal Trade Commission said on Wednesday.
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Cairo – Egypt’s Minister of Civil Aviation Sherif Fathy discussed with British Minister of State for Security Ben Wallace the resumption of operating flights to the Red Sea resort city of Sharm El Sheikh.
Wallace, along with his accompanying delegation, toured the passengers terminal number two to get acquainted with the facility and its work, especially after its experimental operation, the Ministry of Civil Aviation said in a statement.
Meanwhile, the British minister praised services and capabilities of the new building that emulates modern international airports.
Attending the meeting was British Ambassdor to Egypt John Casson.
China on Wednesday hailed Prime Minister Narendra Modi for being optimistic about Sino-Indian ties.