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EU, Italy stop AstraZeneca vaccine exports to Australia

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A shipment of a quarter million AstraZeneca vaccines destined for Australia has been blocked from leaving the European Union in the first use of an export control system instituted by the bloc to make sure big pharma companies would respect their contracts.

Added on the 04/03/2021 18:28:36 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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