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GlaxoSmithKline to invest £100m

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Published on Mar 22, 2012

First Minister Alex Salmond and Finance Secretary John Swinney today welcomed plans by pharmaceutical manufacturer GlaxoSmithKline to invest more than £100m and create 100 new jobs across its two Scottish operations in Irvine and Montrose. This new investment will be used to make the Irvine site a centre of excellence for the production of antibiotics, as well as backing the development of respiratory medicines and vaccines in Montrose and increasing the firm's move to sustainable green energy production.

The First Minister today met staff at the company's Irvine facility and said the announcement demonstrated Scotland's competitive business environment continues to secure new investment from leading global firms.

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