Thread regarding Nokia Corp. layoffs

LOL - "DEVELOPING" in NJ - WHERE? - Nokia cut majority of the Mobile Network Developers and moved those jobs to China & Poland & Finland & India

"We’re also glad that the Finnish company, Nokia — it’s a great company — a global leader in 5G technology, is developing its cutting-edge products right here in the United States at Bell Labs in New Jersey."

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The most lowest level managers in Nokia are from India, they layoff US citizens and green card holders and then hire more engineers from India , this is not the right thing.

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Do not worry ... assistance will be arriving.

  1. S. hopes to lend a hand to Nokia, Ericsson

Oct. 8, 2019 4:54 AM ET|About: Nokia Corporation (NOK)|By: Yoel Minkoff
The U.S. is looking at ways to funnel money to Huawei's European rivals, as officials warn that the Chinese company is becoming dangerously dominant in the global race for 5G, FT reports.

Officials have suggested issuing credit to companies such as Nokia (NYSE:NOK) and Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC) to enable them to match the generous financing terms that Huawei offers to its customers.

Others have asked U.S. companies Oracle (NYSE:ORCL) and Cisco (NASDAQ:CSCO) whether they would consider entering the radio transmission market, though the companies have warned it would be too expensive and time-consuming to do so.

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Last I remember, Nokia Bell Labs in NJ did RESEARCH which MIGHT have led into "developing products" by OTHER organisations which are now mainly OUTSIDE of USA in China, Poland, India, Finland, France, Germany.

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Don't forget, North America = USA + Canada,

“Trump’s comments about Nokia could not be more wrong about what Nokia is doing to U.S. jobs,” said CWA Telecommunications & Technologies Vice President Lisa Bolton in a statement. “Trump should listen to the CWA members who've been in bargaining for over a year with Nokia who are urging the company to bargain a fair deal that allows the company to invest in our communities, keep its long-standing installer workforce, and maintain quality of service for customers, and he should tell Nokia to do the right thing for U.S. workers.“

In response, Nokia supplied the following comment to FierceWireless: “Nokia employs more than 14,000 people in North America and we treat all employees fairly and with respect, including those represented by the CWA. We remain committed to bargaining in good faith with the CWA until an agreement is reached.”

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