Dragnet Widens Over Secret Bonuses Paid To Pharmacies

Tax auditors are widening a dragnet of alleged secret, untraceable payments from drug manufacturers to Canadian pharmacists, including bonuses paid by travellers’ cheques. The Canada Revenue Agency named another ten companies in Federal Court documents, asking that a judge compel the firms to identify payments and who received them: ‘We will co-operate’.

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