Greensboro, NC - Teva Pharmaceuticals, one of the world's largest makers of generic drugs, is set to cut 5,000 jobs, but still no word if cuts will be made at the company's Greensboro plant.
Most of the cuts will come by the end of the year.
When we reached out to the company, Teva Pharmaceutical's Vice President of Corporate Communications said it's too early to tell which locations will be impacted by the cuts.
Teva Pharmaceuticals began operations in Greensboro in 2011, when it bought Proctor and Gamble's plant on South Swing Road.
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