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Chinese pharma giant to bring $500m facility to Dundalk

In a major coup, the state development agency the IDA has secured the Chinese investment

29th April, 2018

The Chinese pharmaceutical giant WuXi AppTec is preparing to invest up to $500 million in building a new facility in Dundalk in Co Louth.

In a major coup, the state development agency the IDA has secured the Chinese investment, which will create hundreds of jobs when completed.

WuXi is understood to have already hired an experienced Irish pharmaceutical veteran to lead its team here, and talks between the company and Ireland are at a very advanced...

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