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Jenny Ruth: Closed borders no barrier to AFT success

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AFT Pharmaceuticals founder Hartley Atkinson might claim his company isn't a Covid stock but it's definitely one of the winners in the time of the coronavirus.

It had to grapple with a few Covid-related problems,

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