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Research jobs to go at GSK in Harlow

10th February 2010

GlaxoSmithKline is to close one of its research units in Harlow, Essex, with the loss of about 380 jobs.

A third of the workforce is to be made redundant after projects for pain relief, anxiety and depression drugs ended at the site though the company, which announced a 12% rise in pre-tax profits last week to £8.73bn, said the plant was to remain open. GSK said that a consultation period was under way but no new research projects would be started at the site.

 

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