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Brexit Effect On UK Medtech: View From The US

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A few short weeks after the UK public voted in favor of leaving the EU – and several high-profile political casualties later – the issue is not yet of the Brexit dust settling, but of nervous preparations for when it will. Economic commentators, weighed down by news overkill, say that the true indications of what lies ahead are at least another month away: bad news indeed for those who find the short-term ride plenty bumpy enough.

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