IDA chief 'confident' of pharma deals

IDA Ireland expects to secure investment deals with a number of international pharmaceutical firms before the end of 2012, chief executive Barry O'Leary has said.

14th July, 2012

IDA Ireland expects to secure investment deals with a number of international pharmaceutical firms before the end of this year, according to its chief executive Barry O'Leary.

Writing in today's *Sunday Business Post*, O'Leary said that the authority was confident it would tie down "two to three" pharma and pharma services projects in the coming months. Efforts to secure the investments are already under way, he said.

"Following on from sweeping changes the industry is...

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