This file photo taken on May 2, 2017 in Canary Wharf, east London shows the logo of the European Medicines Agency is seen on the office building. AFP / Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS
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The battle for the spoils of Brexit began Tuesday as 23 European cities launched their bids to host two London-based EU regulatory agencies that will be forced to leave the British capital.Slick videos and glossy brochures abounded as the EU announced that 19 cities were candidates to be the new home of the European Medicines Agency, and eight to host the European Banking Authority.The bids for the agencies – which together employ more than 1,000 people and promise to bring both money and prestige to the new host cities – will be assessed by the European Commission before EU states make a final decision in November.
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