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Razorfish is set to make more job cuts in the UK on top of the 43 losses announced last month.

The Web consultancy won't say how many jobs will go but intends to issue a statement within the next 24 hours or so.

A spokesman for the company said that it was all "a little bit hazy" at the moment.

Reports suggest that the cuts will also hit Razorfish's offices in Boston and San Francisco as well as London.

A Razorfish spokeswoman told Reuters that the losses would be part of a "voluntary termination" programme.

Some 160 people are currently employed at Razorfish's offices in London - although not for long it seems. ®

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