French President Francois Hollande said Wednesday he supported Finnish firm Nokia's 15.6-billion-euro bid to buy its rival Alcatel-Lucent, but only if it guarantees French jobs.
"We are favourable to anything that would make a world leader," Hollande said, setting out "two conditions" -- that "jobs are guaranteed in France" and that research in France is "increased."
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