Chinese Vitamin Makers Can't Shake Price-Fixing Claims by Foreign Purchasers
Lawyers at Baker & McKenzie and Zelle Hofmann failed to whittle down a long-running antitrust class action against a trio of Chinese vitamin C manufacturers, leaving the case intact ahead of a scheduled trial early next year.
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