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Don’t Expect Business As Usual From EMA During Transition, Says BIA Head

Executive Summary

BIA CEO Steve Bates says life science companies should not expect business as usual during the EMA’s relocation to Amsterdam, but notes that firms and industry associations are “absolutely aligned” on the need for continued close cooperation between the UK and the EU after Brexit. He also warned that firms may be holding back on investments in clinical trials in the UK.

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