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Baxter investment triples the company workforce in Neuchâtel

The United States pharmaceutical group, Baxter, is to create 300 more jobs at its plant in Neuchâtel over the next three years, investing a total of SFr210 million Swiss francs.

This content was published on April 5, 2000 - 13:38

The United States pharmaceutical group, Baxter, is to create 300 more jobs at its plant in Neuchâtel over the next three years, investing a total of SFr210 million Swiss francs.

The group announced in Brussels on Wednesday that it was making total investments of SFr660 million in its Hyland Immuno division at production sites in Switzerland, Austria and California.

The Swiss site, which opened in 1995, is to manufacture a product used in the treatment of haemophilia. The plant currently has 120 employees.

Hyland Immuno produces vaccines, preparations from plasma and various drugs used in the treatment of

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