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Malcolm Flanagan

Working with Animal Pharm since 2010, Malcolm specializes in developing Animal Pharm’s coverage of the Asian and Middle East animal health markets, as well as covering the global rise of feed additives, emerging pathogens and aquaculture. Malcolm has profiled both established companies and smaller emerging firms.

He initially joined Informa as online news editor for agribusiness policy and legislation publication Agra Europe.

Prior to Informa, Malcolm worked for with news agencies Reuters and IPS, having studied journalism at college.
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