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Nokia may leave India in favour of Chinese

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It seems like Nokia and the Indian government’s constant squabbles are getting all the more serious after a heavy hearted letter sent earlier this year has surfaced. Written by Nokia, to the Indian government, the letter sees the Finns calling India their “least favourable market,” despite the market being one of the company’s top markets in terms of feature phone sales.

Nokia has threatened to abandon India in favour of China, shifting all of their large factories over to China. The company’s facilities in India has seen some raids in recent times over an apparent unpaid tax bill totalling over half a billion dollars. “A holistic view is needed to understand the big picture and to ensure that possible short term benefits of aggressively changed fiscal policies do not override long term policies to develop Indian economy, create growth and jobs by attracting investments into India with predictable business environment as has been done in the past … It is very important that the Indian government corrects quickly these surprising actions of individual tax authorities against Nokia to restore the trust of Nokia and other multinational companies in India as a good place of business,” Nokia was quoted as saying.

Whether or not the company leaves the Indian market, consumers won’t be drastically affected by the moves, but India will most certainly not be getting devices too soon after their global launches anymore…

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Written by Dion Guillaume

August 24th, 2013 at 8:16 am