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Novartis Cuts 2,000 Jobs In Switzerland And U.S., Pricing Pressures To Blame

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Executive Summary

Novartis intends to improve productivity and absorb pricing pressures by closing two Swiss manufacturing facilities and transferring some research to the U.S.

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