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Nycomed picked site for Russian factory
24.09.2009 12:48
Nycomed picked site for Russian factory

Nycomed, a privately-owned global pharmaceutical company, is set to start building a manufacturing facility in Russia with the construction works scheduled to begin in 2010. The factory will be situated in the Yaroslavl Region the relevant documents were signed by the company and the governor of the region on Tuesday.
      The agreement implies building of a pharmaceutical cluster under Yaroslavl. At the first stage about 150 people will be employed by the company. The new facility is due to launch production in 2014.


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