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Nineteen cities are vying for the European Medicines Agency when it leaves London, and their promotional videos speak volumes.

Based in London since its creation in 1995, the EMA has become one of the most prized jewels in the Brexit crown. After months of planning, 19 national governments have laid out their offers to host the EU’s medical treatment regulator.

The assessment criteria for relocation, set by the European Commission, include business continuity and accessibility, good schools, healthcare and a labour market for the families of the EMA’s staff. Ensuring that agencies are fairly spread across the EU is also a factor for consideration.

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