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French Pharma Industry Lays Out Wishlist For New Government, Proposes Five-Year Pact

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The French pharmaceutical industry association is cautiously optimistic that the new government will take a longer-term view of the industry’s contribution to healthcare, and has proposed a pact setting out the relations between the industry and the state.

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