Lundbeck lets 300 employees go: "We are on a constant hunt to make our organization as effective as possible"

The shutdown of its Indian operations and 100 employees being let go in the US are all about fine-tuning the business, Lundbeck execs say.

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300 Lundbeck employees have lost their jobs recently, primarily due to great challenges in India and adjusted priorities in the US.

To put it simply, Lundbeck has not been able to create profitable growth in India, and the Covid-19 pandemic has brought with it new habits for doctors in the US.

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