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Pfizer banking on the luck of the Irish
August 2013
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DUBLINóPfizer Inc. announced in July plans to invest $130 million in two of its Irish plants. The company will invest $100 million in its Grange Castle plant, with 250 jobs expected to be created at the Dublin site, and $30 million will go toward the factory in Ringaskiddy. The investments are supported by IDA Ireland, and should bolster Pfizer's development and production. The announcement is particularly good news as it comes on the heels of the elimination of 177 jobs at Pfizer's Cork location last month in an effort to reduce costs.  
 
"There is opportunity for Pfizer's Irish sites to attract the development of new medicines, while also continuing to manufacture existing, important medicines," Dr. Paul Duffy, vice president of Pfizer, said in a press release.  
 

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