This file photo taken on May 2, 2017 shows The logo of the European Medicines Agency inside their offices in Canary Wharf, east London. (AFP / Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS)
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The head of the London-based European Medicines Agency Tuesday welcomed the choice of Amsterdam to host the EU regulator but said the move caused by Brexit could entail a loss of up to 200 staff.An EU meeting in Brussels on Monday decided the EMA would move to Amsterdam as Britain is leaving the European Union and handed the European Banking Authority, another London-based institution, to Paris.The EMA will start operating in Amsterdam from March 30 2019, the day after Britain is scheduled to leave the European Union.
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