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GSK to Build Its First Pharmaceutical Plant in U.K. for 40 Years

6:53 AM MDT | March 22, 2012 | Alex Scott

GlaxoSmithKline has confirmed plans outlined first in November 2010 that it will invest more than £500 million ($790 million) in R&D and manufacturing in the U.K. From the £500 million, GSK will invest £350 million to build a new biopharmaceutical manufacturing facility at its site at Ulverston, U.K. It will be GSK’s first new manufacturing site in the U.K. for 40 years. Also from the £500 million, the company will invest £100 million in its existing manufacturing operations at Montrose and Irvine, U.K. GSK will invest the...

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