Nortel Networks is to sell its manufacturing and repair operations in the final phase of its restructuring process.
Electronics manufacturer Solectron will buy Nortel's prototyping, printed circuit board and telephone set assembly centres and some repair facilities in a four-year, $10bn (£6.3bn) deal.
Nortel began restructuring 14 months ago to focus on optical and wireless Internet products, and expects to save up to $300m a year. So far it has axed 10 per cent of its global workforce.
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