US perspective on the impact of Brexit on the pharmaceutical sector

As the UK prepares to withdraw from the EU on 29th March 2019 at 23:00, this article delivers a US perspective on what Brexit is likely to mean for pharmaceutical companies.

It remains difficult for US companies to fully understand the risks and implications of Brexit.

The UK’s official withdrawal from the European Union, commonly known as Brexit, will occur on 29th March  2019 at 23:00. In anticipation, the UK and EU are currently negotiating what this means, for both sides, and the relationship between the two entities going forward.

What the final relationship will be is currently unknown, and as the rhetoric within the UK political spectrum increases, it is difficult for US companies to fully understand the risks and implications of Brexit. This article provides an overview of the impact of Brexit on life sciences companies in the US and outlines potential steps that such companies should be considering. 

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