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Exec says Nokia must speed up transformation: report
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Nokia needs to speedily boost its offering of mobile internet solutions, marketing head Anssi Vanjoki told a German magazine and did not rule out a sale of its core handset manufacturing business in the long term.
Nokia, the No. 1 global cellphone maker, needs to catch up with the rivals Apple, Google and Blackberry-maker RIM in offering online solutions, Vanjoki was quoted as saying by weekly Wirtschaftswoche in an excerpt of an interview to be published on Monday.
Nokia's mobile-device factories offered an important competitive advantage but one should "never say never" should a sale at some point be warranted as part of Nokia's transformation, he was quoted as saying.
(Reporting by Ludwig Burger)
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