Eli Lilly to cut 250 jobs in France

Drug giant Eli Lilly will cut 250 jobs at its factory in Eastern France, according to Reuters.

The drugmaker will reduce its workforce by offering employees a financial incentive to voluntarily resign.

Eli Lilly employs about 1,400 people at the plant, which produces insulin and oncology drugs.

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