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March 18, 1992 | Cristina Lee, Times staff writer
New Plant in Spain: In a move to expand its European operations, SPI Pharmaceuticals Inc. on Tuesday announced the opening of a $17-million manufacturing facility near Spain's second largest city, Barcelona. The new facility is part of SPI's Spanish subsidiary, ICN Hubber, said spokesman Paul Knopick. It will make antiviral drugs, anti-ulcer medications and cholesterol-lowering drugs for the European market, he said.
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March 18, 1992 | Cristina Lee, Times staff writer
New Plant in Spain: In a move to expand its European operations, SPI Pharmaceuticals Inc. on Tuesday announced the opening of a $17-million manufacturing facility near Spain's second largest city, Barcelona. The new facility is part of SPI's Spanish subsidiary, ICN Hubber, said spokesman Paul Knopick. It will make antiviral drugs, anti-ulcer medications and cholesterol-lowering drugs for the European market, he said.
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November 27, 1990 | RALPH VARTABEDIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hughes Aircraft said Monday that it will build an $84-million commercial and industrial electronics plant in Malaga, Spain, part of a company strategy to double its non-defense business within a decade. The plant will employ about 400 Spanish workers, about 25% of whom will be engineers. A company spokesman said Spain provided significant economic incentives, valued at up to half the plant's cost.
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February 20, 1990 | From Reuters
Chrysler Corp. and the French auto maker Renault said Monday that they had chosen a site in Spain to produce a new four-wheel-drive vehicle that will compete against Japanese rivals. The site, in a plant occupied by Renault's Spanish subsidiary in Valladolid, about 100 miles north of Madrid, will produce the vehicles for the European market beginning in 1992 and may also export to the United States.
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November 27, 1990 | RALPH VARTABEDIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hughes Aircraft said Monday that it will build an $84-million commercial and industrial electronics plant in Malaga, Spain, part of a company strategy to double its non-defense business within a decade. The plant will employ about 400 Spanish workers, about 25% of whom will be engineers. A company spokesman said Spain provided significant economic incentives, valued at up to half the plant's cost.
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February 20, 1990 | From Reuters
Chrysler Corp. and the French auto maker Renault said Monday that they had chosen a site in Spain to produce a new four-wheel-drive vehicle that will compete against Japanese rivals. The site, in a plant occupied by Renault's Spanish subsidiary in Valladolid, about 100 miles north of Madrid, will produce the vehicles for the European market beginning in 1992 and may also export to the United States.
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