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04Feb

Contribute to BIVDA’s Budget 2021 submission

The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, has set March 3rd at the date for this year’s Budget. Following on from our successful Spending Review submission in November, which committed money to diagnostics and life sciences research, BIVDA will be sending in our views, and the views of our members, to make the Treasury awareness of needs to be done to build a strong and sustainable IVD sector in the months to come.

We are very interested in hearing your thoughts on what policies you would like to see from the Chancellor to help your business succeed – please email any ideas through to jonh@bivda.org.uk and we will be actively consulting on our draft proposals over the next fortnight.

 

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