Jobs Boost For Limerick

Some 300 jobs could be created in Limerick if New York-based Regeneron Pharmaceuticals are granted planning permission to establish a production plant in the city.

The biopharmaceutical company have applied to build a plant on a 12-hectare site previously owned by Dell at the Raheen Business Park.

One of the largest and fastest growing biopharmaceutical companies in the United States, Regeneron develops medicines for a range of illnesses, including eye diseases and colorectal cancer.


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