Time To Sing The Blues?

McCall, Margo
March 2001
Wireless Week;03/19/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 12, p3
Trade Publication
Describes the decline of the wireless telecommunication industry as of March 19, 2001. Factors leading to the decline; Implications of the move of Nokia company to lower its forecast for 2001; Assessment of the financial performance of mobile phone handset manufacturing companies.


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