EMA Laments Lack Of Brexit Contingency Reserves
Brexit is likely to be costly for the European Medicines Agency. Its management board is unhappy the agency was not allowed to use funds from its original 2016 budget to create a “contingency reserve” for dealing with the challenges relating to the departure of the UK from the EU.
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