Nokia cuts hundreds of jobs in the United States: report

Nokia, a communications network equipment maker, plans to cut 250 jobs at the US Neighborhood site and to lose another 250 people.

The Nokia spokesperson confirmed that this work was abolished as part of the Finnish company's global economic plan, but refused to disclose figures.

Following the acquisition of Alcatel · Lucent of the former French American rival in 2016, Nokia plans to save EUR 1.2 billion a year by year's end.

"As part of this program I effectively reduced the workforce of Illinois and the extent of Illinois's reduction and current workforce is not shared," a spokeswoman said in an e-mail.

Nokia also has not issued target figures for employment loss worldwide, but the union presumed that there is a possibility that 10,000 to 15,000 positions could be at risk.

Nokia hired approximately 103,000 people by the end of 2017.

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