Irish pharma firm to create 330 jobs

The Republic of Ireland’s pharmaceutical industry is to benefit to the tune of 330 jobs over the next three years.

That’s according to the Irish Sun which reports pharma firm MSD is to create new roles at its Carlow and Cork operations due to increased global demand for its medicines and vaccines produced in Ireland.

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