Doomed Sanofi plant churns out its last batch of drugs

A Sanofi ($SNY) plant in London that has been slated for closure has manufactured its last batch of drugs. Its equipment will be pulled out and moved to plants in Germany and Italy, and most of its 450 workers are set to lose their jobs by the end of the month. Report

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