A huge pharmaceuticals company pays a smaller rival millions not tosell a generic version of the drug giant’s product.Is it a smart business deal, or an illicit ploy to restraincompetition?

That’s one of the questions increasingly being asked as the powerfulbrand-name prescription drug industry fights to protect its profitsfrom smaller, generic drug makers vying to cash in by offering cheaperversions of popular drugs.

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