Stepping Back From The Cliff Edge: UK Industry Welcomes Northern Ireland Brexit Extension
Companies supplying into Northern Ireland now have more time to prepare for post-Brexit regulatory changes in areas like batch testing, imports and Falsified Medicines Directive requirements. UK industry association, PAGB, in a joint statement with five other pharmaceutical industry associations, including AESGP, describes it as a step in the right direction, but also warns that there is still much work to do.
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