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Desperate Measures: How To Soften The Impact Of No-Deal Brexit

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Building more cold chain warehouses, finding alternative sources of medicine supplies, and halting parallel exports to mitigate product shortages. Just some of the ideas for tackling the consequences of a no-deal Brexit scenario put forward by industry representatives at a recent parliamentary committee hearing.

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