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Elop: Nokia has ‘good times and hard times’ ahead

Nokia CEO Stephen Elop told Yle that there is a hopeful atmosphere around Nokia at the moment.

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Video: Elop sanoi Yle Uutisten haastattelussa, että uusi Lumia on otettu innostuneesti vastaan. Haastattelijana Jukka Niva.

The boss of the Finnish mobile firm believes that customer feedback on the company’s new models is a positive sign for Nokia’s future.

He was also keen to thank Finnish shareholders, who have stuck by Nokia when investors in other countries have fled after huge losses and rapidly dwindling sales.

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