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EMA Set For More Staff Losses & Activity Cuts Next Year

Executive Summary

The latest EMA management board meeting heard an update on the situation regarding Brexit-related staff losses and recruitment, and was told that an additional set of temporary suspensions or reductions in its activities might be necessary from the beginning of 2019.

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