HELSINKI (Reuters) - Finland's Nokia is planning to cut up to 70 jobs from its technologies unit in Finland, its spokeswoman said on Wednesday.
"Nokia Technologies has revised its long-term strategy and will consequently reshape organisation. As part of this, talks have been initiated with the staff," spokeswoman Riitta Mard said.
The unit, which includes Nokia's patents and brand-licensing business, employs 650 globally and about 400 in Finland.
(The story was refiled to remove the extraneous word 'has' from the last paragraph)
(Reporting by Jussi Rosendahl, editing by Louise Heavens)