Short Cuts: Imports spark fall in pharmaceutical trade surplus

The Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry's annual review says drug exports rose to £6.3bn in 1999, creating a trade surplus of £2.1bn - but this was a fall on the previous year's £2.46bn surplus because of increased imports. Director general Trevor Jones said this suggested the UK environment for ...

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