The European Medicines Agency (EMA) is leaving London and at least eleven EU member states are placing their bids to take it on. Some have better chances than others.
The EU Agency was begun operating in London in 1995, and its mission is to supervise research and monitor the safety of medicinal products across the EU’s Single Market. Except Britain is leaving the EU and, it transpires, the Single European Market.
In a statement published in July 2016, the agency made clear it accept...
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