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Bombardier is cutting 220 jobs in Northern Ireland

The aerospace firm Bombardier is to cut at least 220 jobs from its Northern Ireland operation due to a fall in demand for its business jets.

The firm said 280 workers in Belfast will be affected but that it hopes to save 60 of those jobs by moving people to other programmes and projects.

BBC News NI Economics and Business Editor John Campbell reports.