EUCOPE

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EUCOPE
Association without lucrative purpose
Industry Pharmaceutical Industry
Founded November 2008
Headquarters Brussels, Belgium
Website http://www.eucope.org/en/

EUCOPE is a pharmaceutical industry trade group that was founded in 2008 in Brussels and promotes companies and associations active in research, development, production and distribution of pharmaceutical products and enhances their scientific, technical, economic and legal objectives.

Via the member associations (the German Pharmaceutical Industry Association (BPI), the Ethical Medicines Industry Group (EMIG) of the UK, the Swedish Associations SwedenBio and IML[disambiguation needed] as well as BioDeutschland) EUCOPE represents more than 900 mid-sized innovative[citation needed] member companies, many of them SMEs. In addition, many companies from Sweden, UK, France, Bulgaria, Italy, Greece, Germany, the Netherlands and Austria are represented on the Board of the association. EUCOPE membership includes family owned companies such as Sigma-Tau, Ferring, B.Braun, Vianex or Bionorica as well as companies active in the field of rare diseases such as Alexion, Celgene, Otsuka or Grifols.[1][2]

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EUCOPE is active in the above-mentioned areas:

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