Microsoft ‘significantly’ scales down business in Russia amid ongoing invasion of Ukraine

Microsoft is backing additional out of Russia because the nation’s invasion of Ukraine continues. Bloomberg first reported Wednesday that the Seattle-area tech big is shedding greater than 400 staff in the nation and is “considerably” scaling down operations “because of this of the modifications to the financial outlook,” based on an announcement (learn in full under). Microsoft in March suspended new gross sales of services in the nation. It’s one of many firms to take related motion in response to the conflict.

Right here’s Microsoft’s full assertion, through a spokesperson:

“Because of this of the modifications to the financial outlook and the affect on our business in Russia, we’ve made the choice to considerably scale down our operations in Russia. We’ll proceed to satisfy our present contractual obligations with Russian clients whereas the suspension of new gross sales stays in impact. We’re working carefully with impacted staff to make sure they’ve our full assist throughout this tough time.” 

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