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EU Referendum: EFPIA, Witty And Soriot Show Their Hands

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Pharmaceutical industry associations have until recently remained pretty quiet over the prospect of a British exit from the EU. But following the announcement that the referendum will be held on June 23, that seems to be changing.

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