Japan Arrests Medo Shirotori Head In $2.7 Million Device Bribery Case
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Japanese authorities arrested the president of Medo Shirotori, a maker of medical devices, on suspicion of bribing a Kyoto University professor to arrange purchases for the school.
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