European Notebook: CHMP Opens Up A Bit; France Looks For $1B In Price Cuts; Spain Making Good On Pharma Debts
Europe's top scientific advisory panel, the CHMP, could reveal more of its thoughts on product approvals next year. French biopharma tries to stave off deep cuts in budgetary debate; Germany may consider more health reforms following recent elections; Invesco, Servier see exec changes
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