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03 July 2018, 06:56 | Joann Bryant
HTC is looking to fire another 1,500 employees
Smartphone-maker HTC is to cut 1,500 jobs in Taiwan, about a quarter of its global workforce.
HTC WILL SLICE 1,500 workers from its Taiwanese factories as it goes on the hunt to turn a profit, according to Engadget and Bloomberg Taipei's Samson Ellis. Many of them had already been working on its Pixel handset, manufactured by HTC, as well as acquiring intellectual property licensing.
"HTC continues to review its operations to ensure production resources align with key strategic initiatives, so that the company can more effectively compete in its target markets while maintaining its innovative edge", a company representative said.
"With its workforce being cut on such a big scale, I don't expect HTC to report any good sales news down the road", Chang said.
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Many good signs", the football team's head coach Nopparat Khanthavong, 37, told Agence France-Presse ( AFP ) on Sunday, July 1. Relatives pray for missing young soccer team members and their coach in a cave during a rescue operation.
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