SPOTLIGHT: Nokia: 3B handsets by 2010


Nokia Chairman Jorma Ollila predicted that today's 1 billion worldwide handsets would grow to 3 billion by 2010. Ollila contends that voice calls will continue to be the continued catalyst for the growth. Ollila said he doesn't see any market in the world as "mature" yet, and his company's sales would continue to grow at the same rates as it did previously. Article

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