Amsterdam aims to score more Brexit wins after luring medicines agency

24 November 2017 @14:12 | The Guardian
Dutch leaders say the European regulator’s move from London is the result of years of effort to attract business Like the prudent and pragmatic people they are, the team behind Amsterdam’s bid to host the European Medicines Agency had no champagne on ice the night the EU was choosing the new post-Brexit home for its drugs safety watchdog. continue...


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