Nokia to axe almost 600 jobs in France


The Finnish telecoms firm has announced that it is to shed 597 jobs in France, representing more than 10 percent of its workforce in the country, as part of a plan to stem financial losses.

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Finnish telecoms giant Nokia said it plans to cut around 600 jobs in France as it seeks to make cost-savings and refocus its loss-making businesses, reports Malay Mail Online.