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Japan Wants EMA To Stay In UK Post-Brexit

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The assumption to date has been that the European Medicines Agency will have to relocate from London to another EU member state when the UK leaves the EU. Japan says it should stay. Also, Emer Cooke, the EMA’s head of international affairs, is leaving the agency.

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