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Nokia R&D centre looks for staff

Finland-based Nokia has officially opened its telecom research and development (R&D) centre in Timisoara (Romania); an investment of EUR 73 million.
Following the inauguration, the campus in Timisoara, currently with 1'600 employees, will cover 27'000m2. The expansion is scheduled to be completed in the first half of 2018 following the third stage of relocations of Nokia teams, local media reports indicate. "Nokia now has 1'600 employees in Romania and will open 300 new jobs by the end of the year", Raoul Ros, Nokia Romania's general manager, is cited in saying.

Nokia, which closed its manufacturing operations Jucu (Cluj) in 2011, resulting in the layoff of some 2'200 people, regained a presence in Romania with the 2015 acquisition of French telecommunications equipment manufacturer Alcatel-Lucent (and with it its operations in Timisoara).


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