New Amgen plant shows potential of targeted tax incentives

JOBS COMING: Amgen Rhode Island’s new biomanufacturing plant in West Greenwich is expected to add 150 high-paying jobs there. Pictured is Rohan Persaud, Amgen’s plant manager and executive director. / PBN FILE PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM
JOBS COMING: Amgen Rhode Island’s new biomanufacturing plant in West Greenwich is expected to add 150 high-paying jobs there. Pictured is Rohan Persaud, Amgen’s plant manager and executive director. / PBN FILE PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM
It’s hard to find economic success stories in a pandemic that aren’t somehow a result of the crisis, but there’s one standing on Amgen Rhode Island’s West Greenwich campus. A $200 million biomanufacturing plant – the first of its modular design in the United States – was finished this year. When it becomes fully operational…

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