Nokia division suffers another round of cuts
Nokia announced that it would slash 1,800 jobs from its anemic infrastructure division.
The division’s sagging sales have been blamed on the delayed deployment of 3G mobile phone networks.
In 2002, Nokia cut 10 percent of the arm’s staff of 18,000 to cut costs and keep it profitable.
The latest trim leaves the division with a work force of roughly 15,000, or one-quarter of Nokia’s total of 60,000.