Lilly scales back Irish plant once slated for growth

Eli Lilly said it is downsizing its 460-employee plant in County Cork, Ireland, by around 14 percent in light of patent losses on key products and a generally "challenging environment" for the industry. The cuts reverse a previously planned recruitment drive that was set to boost employment at the plant by 200 workers. Report

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