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EU Industry Wants End To Isolated National Measures On Coronavirus

Unilateral Supply-Chain Policies Could Lead To Damaging ‘Tit For Tat’

Executive Summary

A host of European pharmaceutical industry associations, including off-patent body Medicines for Europe, has urged EU trade ministers to push back against European and global restrictions on the movement of medicines and medical equipment that are hampering the international supply chain's response to the coronavirus pandemic.

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