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Chief Executive Pekka Lundmark announces the wide-ranging and restructuring of the company. She adds that ” market developments in the next two years will determine the exact number of job losses.”

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On Tuesday Finnish telecoms equipment , maker of NOKIA announces that “it will slash up to 11 percent of its workforce within two years, as part of a 600-million-euro ($715-million) cost-cutting programme.”

“As per plan re-structuring will result in an 80,000-85,000 employee organization, over an 18-24-month period, instead of the approximately 90,000 employees Nokia has today,” the company’s statement.

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The statement also claims that “The firm will also streamline its portfolio and reduce “site fragmentation” in the long-term.” Company CEO Lundmark also adds “In those areas where we choose to compete, we will play to win.”

SOURCE: NDTV
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