The minister delegate for Industry shall visit the site of Lannion on Monday after-noon, when the phone giant plans to remove 400 posts.
There is "no question of leaving Lannion die slowly", said Monday the minister delegated to Industry Agnès Pannier-Runacher while Nokia is planning to remove 400 jobs.
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"I deny this social plan of Nokia", also said on CNews the minister, who shall visit the site of Lannion on Monday afternoon.summer Offer : Take advantage of the special offer 2 months for 1€ I subscribe
"I did not come with promises that will not kept," has qualified Pannier-Runacher", which added that it had "an irrepressible desire to challenge this social level that I cannot explain". "I don't understand how Nokia can make a plan social today so that they are positioned in the telecom equipment and the 5G" and on cyber security which are markets of the future, and that "Lannion brings together the strengths of R&D in these two areas", detailed the minister.
Nokia is planning 1233 job cuts in France, among which more than half of the 772 posts of the site of Lannion, which, according to the unions, will lead inexorably to its close.
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"Nokia today has no boss, we need to have a person who has a about strategic, not people who do not have vision for the business, no vision for the industrial footprint of Nokia in France", has accused Agnès Pannier-Runacher.
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"France has to be one of the key countries in the strategy of Nokia. If this is not the case, we must draw the consequences", warned the minister delegated to the Industry who recalled that the government was "on a massive scale in all development programmes in the field of telecoms".