HARROGATE, UK – May 18th, 2017 – Smithers Viscient, a leading global environment and consumer safety contract research organization (CRO), announced today announced today that it has received CIR renewal from the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research (La Ministère de L’Education nationale de l'Enseignement supérieur et de la Recherche, MENESR) for 2017 to the end of 2019.

 

“We are delighted to have received the renewal of the Research Tax Credit, or Crédit d'Impôt Recherche accreditation from the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research,” said Steve Dean, Managing Director, Smithers Viscient Europe. “This represents another way that we work to make ourselves the best possible partner for clients in France and throughout the EU that require our contract research and regulatory services.”

 

This tax incentive is offered by the French Government to encourage science and innovation. The tax credit covers 30% of all R&D expenditure of subcontracted research activities and will allow eligible research-intensive French companies, who are subject to corporate tax in France, the opportunity to claim tax relief on costs generated in R&D activities that are outsourced to Smithers Viscient.

 

For more information regarding the tax credit for French companies and French Research Tax Credit accreditation, please email info@smithersviscient.com

 

 

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About Smithers Viscient

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Smithers Viscient is a global contract research organization (CRO). The company delivers a comprehensive range of ecotoxicology, environmental fate, metabolism, chemistry, and toxicology services, for the pharmaceutical, crop protection, chemical, and consumer household product industries.  Pollinator testing capabilities include laboratory-based studies, semi-field, and field exposures. With laboratories located in North America and Europe, Smithers Viscient, has performed standard guideline and higher-tiered environmental studies for 45 years. For more information about Smithers Viscient’s environmental regulatory testing solutions, visit www.smithersviscient.com.

 

 

Press Contact: Fiona Brook-Rogers, +44 (0) 1423 532 710

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