Novo Nordisk invests over USD 740m in Danish facility

The pharmaceutical firm is expanding its production facilities in Bagsværd, a Copenhagen suburb.

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Novo Nordisk plans to invest DKK 5.4bn (USD 744.4m) on expanding its existing facilities in Bagsværd, Greater Copenhagen, and construct a new building in extension of the existing site, the company writes in a press release.

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