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Healthcare giant Johnson & Johnson has big plans for Puerto Rico, investing $225 in a clutch of existing manufacturing plants and planning to add more than 300 jobs.

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Healthcare giant Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ) is investing $225 million to expand operations in 4 existing plants in Puerto Rico, the company and the governor of the U.S. island territory said. 

The company will add capacity in 2 plants in the town of Gurabo and 1 each in Manati and San Lorenzo, 1 of which is for medical devices and 3 are for Janssen pharmaceutical, spokesman Stephen Dnistrian told the Associated Press.

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