Nokia to cut 220 jobs in Japan

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Helsinki, Nov 24: World's biggest phone maker, Nokia has announced that it would cut around 220 jobs in Japan as part of its plan to streamline its vast research and development operations.

"As part of its global efforts to align its research and development (R&D) operations to be in line with its focused portfolio of future products, Nokia will be reducing its R&D activities in Japan," the company said in a statement.

The company employees about 17,000 people in research and development worldwide.

Last week, Nokia announced that about 330 employees at its research and development units in Denmark and Finland would be made redundant.

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