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Ireland Promotes Dublin As ‘Natural Destination For EMA’ After Brexit

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Ireland is promoting Dublin as the new natural home of the European Medicines Agency when the agency relocates from London after Brexit. It cites the “excellent existing relationship” the country’s regulator, the HPRA, has with the EMA and with the broader EU medicines regulatory network, and the fact that the HPRA doesn’t only regulate medicines.

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