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European Regulators: Brexit's Effect On FDA Inspection Pact With EU Unclear

August 5, 2016, FDA Week

Grant Castle is quoted in an FDA Week article regarding the likelihood that the UK will remain part of the Mutual Reliance Initiative between the U.S. and EU. "If the UK does Brexit, but executes the European Economic Area (EEA) Agreement, as Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein have done, it would continue to implement all new EU pharmaceutical rules and participate in the EU pharmaceutical regime." He continues, “Whatever the outcome of a Brexit, we can be pretty sure that the UK would continue to operate and inspect against standards of GMP that are recognised [sic] globally, which would most likely be EU GMPs.”

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