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Dutch Delegation Promises ‘Seamless’ Transition To EMA’s New Home

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Dutch officials took part in the December meeting of the EMA management board and presented details of their plans for the agency’s relocation to Amsterdam. The board also adopted the 2018 work program and budget, which allow for a 6.8% rise in fee-related revenue next year, and said phase 2 of the Brexit business continuity plan would begin in January.

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