Three antitrust cases have already been initiated against Alexey Repik's R-Pharm.
The businessman bought a plant of accelerators for radiation therapy in Dubna (Moscow region).
The company lost the dispute to Native.
The son-in-law of Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and the raider in combination intend to reshape the pharmacy business in Russia in his favor.
The Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation responded to suspicions of the Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) in collusion with R-Pharm. The department does not understand which part of the antimonopoly legislation was violated, and the FAS verification is called biased.
Suddenly, the clear-sighted antimonopoly service suspected the Ministry of Health in unusually generous preferences for the company "R-Pharm."