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Dublin The Odds: Ireland Plays On Strengths As It Prepares EMA Bid

Executive Summary

Ireland’s health minister says the country is preparing to launch a formal bid to host the European Medicines Agency following the UK’s decision to quit the EU, claiming it can offer an “excellent track record” in regulating medicines and medical devices, a proactive drugs agency, and a “thriving” pharmaceutical sector.

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