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Nokia will sell the patent for a "fair price"

As the chief financial officer of Nokia, Timo Ihamuotila (Timo Ihamuotila), the Finnish manufacturer is able to sell their patents, if the proposed price for them will be in charge of the management concepts of justice. He stated this at a press conference on the preliminary report on the results of the second quarter. "We will sell the patent for a fair price," - said Timo Ihamuotila.
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