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Nokia expects global mobile handset sales to climb by more than 10 per cent next year

December 15, 2005
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Nokia expects global mobile handset sales to climb by more than 10 per cent next year from the 780 million units expected in 2005. The updated Nokia estimates tie in with figures from several market research firms, including Gartner, which predicted last month that mobile phone sales would grow by 10 to 15 per cent next year, further dispelling investors' concerns that growth might slow as markets such as Western Europe reach saturation point. Nokia added that it expected to further increase its market share, buoyed by strong performance in emerging markets and in sales of advanced 3G handsets in Europe and elsewhere.

 
 
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