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Canada’s Patheon Cites Lower Costs, US Growth in Move to NC’s Research Triangle Park
Lower space and other business costs, client growth, plus the region’s workforce and quality of life, have persuaded Canadian CRO Patheon to relocate its headquarters and expand its lab facilities into North Carolina’s Research Triangle Park region, where it will create at least 100 jobs starting this summer, the company’s president and CEO told BioRegion News.

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