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Editor's Letter

The Summer 2003 issue of EBR makes its entrance in time for the Annual BIO Convention in Washington this year - a city that has been the focus of much attention on the world stage in recent months. Politics aside, wars do not help settle global stock markets, even when relatively short in duration it seems. Thus the pain of closed stock markets continues as far as the global biotechnology industry is concerned. The more mature US market has been there, or somewhere close, before, as have certain countries in Europe. However, for the majority of European biotech companies the storm is far from over, as reflected in Ernst & Young's recently launched European Biotechnology Report 2003, reviewed in brief in this issue.

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