IBM completely leaves the Russian Federation

Kostiantyn Golubtsov

Kostiantyn Golubtsov

Published: June 08 2022 at 11:20 am

One of the world's largest manufacturers of all types of computers and software, the American electronic corporation IBM completely ceases its work in the Russian Federation.

This is reported by Reuters , referring to a letter from CEO Arvind Krishna to employees.

IBM started laying off employees in Russia. A memo announcing the start of layoffs was sent out in early June. The letter says that the decision was caused by uncertainty amid the situation in Ukraine.

Prior to this, IBM has already announced the suspension of activities in Russia.

It is known that several hundred employees of the corporation worked in the Russian Federation. However, according to the letter, the company intends to continue to support employees.

Recall that international technology companies continue to impose sanctions against the aggressor country. Among others , video card manufacturers and bookmakers left the Russian market .

Earlier it became known that Nokia left the Russian market . But the company left the equipment used by the special services.

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