News of Note—Eli Lilly to cut 250 jobs at French plant; Pharmax opens $34M plant in Dubai

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> Eli Lilly will cut 250 jobs at its plant in Strasbourg, France. The company said it will reduce the jobs through a voluntary redundancy plant. Reuters article

> Pharmax Pharmaceuticals is opening a $34 million pharmaceutical manufacturing plant in the Dubai Science Park in the United Arab Emirates. Global Manufacturing article

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