Pharma firms to create almost 300 jobs in Ireland

Almost 300 new jobs are to be created by three pharmaceutical firms in County Kerry. The 282 new jobs announced by the International Prevention Research Institute, Global Research Services and Optivia Biotechnology are primarily R&D roles and will come on stream over the next 15 months. Recruitment for the new positions is expected to begin in May. News

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