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Since the Nagoya Protocol was implemented in October 2014, lawyers, academics, and the life sciences industry broadly have been calling upon institutions such as the European Union for guidance on how to best abide by the new regulations.
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Nagoya Protocol, European Union, Convention on Biological Diversity, GSK