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Nokia to publish first quarter 2009 results on April 16, 2009


Espoo, Finland - Nokia will publish its first quarter 2009 results on Thursday, April 16, 2009 at approximately 1 pm Helsinki time (CET+1). The press release will be available on the Nokia website immediately after publication.

Nokia's analyst conference call will begin at 3 pm Helsinki time. A webcast of the conference call will be available at https://goo.gl/TTHplv. Media representatives wishing to listen in may call + 1 706 634 5012, conference ID 88040993.





I wonder if they are doing good or not but of course this has nothing to do with my next phone which shouldn't be purchased in 2009 or even 2010 as it's still two years old only.


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