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US pharma company to bring 50 jobs to Athlone

Thu, Jan 12, 2017

 

The new year has kicked off with some positive jobs news for Athlone, with the announcement that US firm Aerie Pharmaceuticals is to establish a facility in the town.

The company, which develops treatments for eye diseases, aims to spend more than €23 million on the plant, with the expected creation of 50 jobs.


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