Deutsche Telekom to cut 1,200 jobs in Germany - paper
FRANKFURT Jan 17 (Reuters) - Deutsche Telekom is planning to cut 1,200 jobs in Germany to save about 100 million euros ($133 million) per year, German business daily Handelsblatt reported, without citing sources.
The paper said the savings would be used to strengthen the company's operating business, where it aimed to hire more staff for the expansion of its broadband and mobile internet services.
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