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Out With the Old

What a year 2016 has been. The Year of the Monkey certainly lived up to the mischievous nature of the animal with 2016 having been possibly the most unpredictable year in living memory. If someone had placed a 1 bet a year ago on Leicester City winning the Premier League, the UK voting to leave the EU and Donald Trump being elected as the next president of the US, then they would have picked up 4.5 million from the bookmaker!

What Will 2017 Bring?

The next year is sure to see the repercussions of Brexit continuing to cause unrest within the pharma industry. The nature of the relationship between Britain and the EU will not be decided in 2017, but investment strategies will most definitely be influenced by the inevitability of changes to business and regulatory practices between the two and, of course, the question over the freedom of movement of workers within the EU.

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Robert Harris is Chief Technical Officer at Juniper Pharma Services and PMPS Industry Advisor
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