Post-Brexit, Could A Sector Deal Boost UK Life Sciences?
Government proposals to provide a boost for the UK’s industrial base to counter the disruption likely from Brexit include “sector deals” between companies and government, new funds for innovation, and encouraging later-stage venture capital financing, all of which are likely already on the wish-list of companies in the life sciences sector.
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