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South African Tribunal Asks For Damages Estimates in GSK AIDS Drug Case

olation of the Competition Act.

“South Africans know that AIDS drugs are sadly out of reach for most of them because of pricing actions like GSK’s,?said Swazi Hlubi, Executive Director of the Network of AIDS Communities in South Africa (NetCom SA), and a partner with AHF in the Ithembalabantu free AIDS treatment clinic in Durban. “So much so, that more than 100,000 South Africans recently signed a petition calling on GSK to set up an AIDS treatment trust fund to atone for its past AIDS drug pricing and policies here in South Africa. We are grateful for the Tribunal’s order allowing this competition complaint to move forward.?/p>
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