Generic drug manufacturer pays record fine

The generic drug company Ranbaxy USA, a unit of India's largest pharmaceutical company, is paying a fine of $500 million for selling adulterated drugs and making false statements about manufacturing practices to FDA regulators. In a statement, Ranbaxy said it fully cooperated with authorities and that the fines reflected actions from past years.

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