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Times: Holiday shipping drugs in Greek hospitals
06.27.2011 | 4:31 p.m.Last Update 18:48 06/28/2011

International pharmaceutical companies have lost patience with the Greek hospitals and the debts pile up, so have stopped the execution orders for Greece, says the Times response from Athens on the weekend. specifically states that the Swiss Roche and French Sanofi has already stopped shipments of medicines in hospitals that have not paid their bills, while similar action also directed the Swiss Nycomed. The newspaper adds that the British GlaxoSmithKline is in talks to pay debts in Greek hospitals, but has revealed it has stopped shipments of drugs. Moreover, the U.S. Abbott has called the situation "unsustainable." A pause execution orders for hospitals that have not paid from September onwards. The Times cites figures from Greece show that the debts of hospitals to pharmaceutical companies for 2010 amounted to 898.4 million euros, with an average delay of payment to 303 days.