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US Social Security Budget: Pharmaceutical Labos will have to make "efforts"

14:20  26 september  2022
14:20  26 september  2022 Source:   latribune.fr

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La Première ministre Elisabeth Borne n'a pas précisé le montant, ni les modalités de la contribution qui sera demandée aux labos pharmaceutiques. © provided by Tribune The Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne has not specified the amount or the terms of the contribution which will be requested from the pharmaceutical labos.

Before presenting in the Council of Ministers on Monday, the Social Security financing bill (PLFSS), Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne declared in the morning on BFMTV and RMC that she was going to "ask for efforts from pharmaceutical laboratories ».

"We can all see that they have achieved a significant turnover due to the health crisis, and therefore, today, I think it is important that they participate in the effort", a- She launched by evoking the issue of social security financing for 2023. Although it did not specify the amount or the methods of this contribution, it announced firmly: "They will get their hands on the dough. »

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According to the document consulted by AFP, this drop is partly "permitted by regulatory measures and savings, amounting to a total of 1.7 billion euros". The losses should then continue to reduce at a much more moderate rate, to establish itself to 2.6 billion in 2026.

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