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Motorola moving chip design units to China, India

SINGAPORE, MARCH 9. Motorola Inc, the world's second-largest cell phone maker, said on Tuesday it was shutting its semiconductor chip-design units in Singapore, Hong Kong and Taiwan, and moving them to India and China. A total of about 50 jobs would be lost in the move. "We are consolidating our design resources and this is part of our semiconductor product sector,'' a Motorola spokeswoman told Reuters. "For all three design centres, we are looking at fewer than 50 employees in total.''

She said the move was partly aimed at trimming costs.

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