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Race Hots Up For EMA After Brexit

Executive Summary

France has officially named Lille as the city it would like to host the European Medicines Agency once the UK leaves the EU, and Italy has appointed an ambassador to promote Milan’s bid for the agency. Meanwhile, stakeholders in Denmark are joining forces to stress why Copenhagen would be a good choice, and Ireland, the Netherlands and Austria have all confirmed their candidacies.

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