Raising cash has become so difficult for Nokia Corp. that the struggling cellphone maker has continued to evaluate its noncore assets for a sale, including its real estate.

Plans to sell Nokia's head office near the Finnish capital Helsinki to real estate investors for €170 million ($220 million) were announced Dec. 4, as the latest move following a year filled with massive layoffs and plant closings.

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