Pressure Grows To Solve Northern Ireland Supply Issues
BGMA Calls For Urgent UK-EU Agreement To Resolve Regulatory Uncertainty
As political tensions between the UK and EU mount over the Northern Ireland Protocol instigated as part of the pair’s Brexit agreement, the off-patent industry is growing increasingly concerned that regulatory uncertainty will put supply at risk.
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