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UK Budget good for large corporates and academia, but little for biotechs

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Executive Summary

The UK Chancellor of the Exchequer [finance minister] George Osborne assured Parliament on 21 March that he would be backing industries such as pharmaceuticals, amongst others, in an effort to reduce the dominance of the financial services industry.

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