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Dutch Defend Choice Of Amsterdam For EMA As Italy Tries To Shift Agency To Milan

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The Italian government has asked the Court of Justice of the EU to annul the decision to site the European Medicines Agency in Amsterdam and wants to move the agency instead to Milan. But the Dutch government insists that the selection process was “fair” and that the need for temporary premises had been made clear all along.

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