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EMA
European Medicines Agency (EMA)
Headquarter: Amsterdam, Netherlands

About EMA


The European Medicines Agency (EMA) is an agency of the European Union (EU) in charge of the evaluation and supervision of medicinal products. 

The EMA was set up in 1995, with funding from the European Union and the pharmaceutical industry, as well as indirect subsidy from member states, its stated intention to harmonise (but not replace) the work of existing national medicine regulatory bodies. The hope was that this plan would not only reduce the €350 million annual cost drug companies incurred by having to win separate approvals from each member state but also that it would eliminate the protectionist tendencies of sovereign states unwilling to approve new drugs that might compete with those already produced by domestic drug companies. 
Overview
Headquarter
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Founded
1995
Type of Organization
European and Co-ordinated Organizations
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