China deports British investigator, wife in GSK case

Chinese authorities on Wednesday deported a British investigator and his wife linked to a corruption case involving pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), after releasing them from jail over a week ago, family sources told AFP. 

China police say GSK head ordered bribery: State media

Chinese authorities have accused a top GlaxoSmithKline executive of ordering employees to commit bribery, following a 10-month probe into the embattled British drugmaker, state media said on Wednesday.

Poland extends corruption probe into Britain`s GSK

Polish prosecutors said Monday they have extended a probe into allegations that British pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline bribed doctors into promoting one of its drugs.

GSK to get 1 bn pound boost in 2010 due to swine flu medicine

GlaxoSmithKline is likely to get 1 billion pound revenue boost in 2010, as governments stockpile swine flu medicines designed to combat a possible pandemic, media report says.

DCGI asks GSK to withdraw promotional advertisement

National health regulator Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) has asked drug maker GSK to withdraw promotional advertisement for cervical cancer vaccine, after it found the campaign to be violating certain norms.