Nokia Soon To Seen Getting Out Of Tehran By August Over EU Sanctions

Posted on Jul 16 2012 - 4:30am by Editorial Staff

It’s only last week that we reported that Nokia soon be seen closing its two of its four Chinese distribution centers as part of restructuring drive, but it takes only 24 hours more that the company is pulling out of Iranian capital Tehran also by the end of August over EU sanctions, reports Kabir News.

Nokia which is said to be one of the most lovable and popular brand in Iran seen such a major turmoil. The sanction was the result of Iran’s controversial nuclear program which was imposed on EU companies by the European Union. Nokia will cease operations in Tehran by this August, resulting into letting its customers to purchase its products through unofficial means.

Nokia spokesman, Mark Durrant, also confirmed this news by saying: “We have to close our office in Tehran by the end of August due to the recent sanctions. However our customers in Iran can buy new cell phones and accessories from unofficial agents.”

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