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February 09, 2017
Denmark is making a bid to attract the European Medicines Agency (EMA) to Copenhagen when the Agency moves out of the UK as part of the country's withdrawal from the EU.
Speaking to The Copenhagen Post, Anders Samuelsen, the Danish foreign minister, said: “I’m pleased that we can formally launch Copenhagen’s candidacy as the new headquarters for the EMA – we’ve worked months on it. There is no doubt that the competition is stiff, but I’m convinced that placing the EMA in Copenhagen will be a huge benefit to Denmark, the EMA and the EU.”