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11 September 2020

Pharmaceutical industry reaction to UK-Japan trade agreement

The UK and Japan have reached an agreement on the terms of a future trade deal. This will allow pharmaceutical companies in the UK to continue trading largely as they do now come 1 January 2021.

01 September 2020

ABPI response to MHRA guidance for the end of the transition period

The MHRA has published information for pharmaceutical companies preparing for the end of the Brexit transition period.

01 September 2020

ABPI supports AMRC call to protect charity research

The AMRC and more than 30 top pharmaceutical and health tech companies have signed an open letter to the Prime Minister urging Government to provide financial support for medical research charities.

18 August 2020

ABPI response to new National Institute for Health Protection

The Health Secretary has announced that Public Health England is to be replaced with a new body called the National Institute for Health Protection, in a merger of the pandemic response work of PHE and NHS Test and Trace.

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18 June 2020

Celebrating #WomenInStem for Womenspire

Before the coronavirus pandemic, this Thursday would have been the annual Chwarae Teg Womenspire Awards 2020 - celebrating the achievements of women from all backgrounds and stages in life or work across Wales. 

25 May 2020

Gavi: Partnering to protect future generations from infectious diseases

As Gavi marks its twentieth anniversary, a new report from the ABPI and IFPMA looks at the past successes of the Vaccines Alliance and what the future holds. Richard Torbett looks ahead to that commitment to protect future generations from infectious diseases.

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