Osram to hire 1,000 in Germany for smartphone infrared push

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FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Osram plans to hire up to 1,000 new staff at its plant in Regensburg, Germany as it anticipates a fast ramp-up in demand for its infrared components used for iris-scanning identification in smartphones, a spokesman for the German lighting group said.