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Saturday, March 10, 2007
The Economic Times reports that Nokia gets bigger than Unilever in India to become the largest multinational operating in the fast growing economy. This is significant – displacing Lever, the iconic name in India for several decades. Look at it: Nokia has about 75% plus share of the GSM handset market in India – this is amazing. Am sure the Koreans would launch a major offensive against Nokia in the Indian market in the days to come. Nokia is approaching 30% market share in China, well ahead of the 10% controlled by No. 2 Motorola Inc. China & India are critical to Nokia for its future success.
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