TomTom Q3 sales down 19 percent
AMSTERDAM Oct 30 (Reuters) - TomTom, the navigation systems and digital map maker, reported a 19 percent fall in third-quarter revenues, on lower sales at its flagship consumer product and built-in car navigation business, and revised its 2012 revenue guidance downwards.
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