NORDIC STOCKS - Factors to watch on Dec 13
HELSINKI Dec 13 (Reuters) - The following stocks may be affected by newspaper reports and other factors on Friday:
TDC, TELIASONERA, TELENOR
China's Huawei Technologies, which won a six-year contract worth $700 million to upgrade teleoperator TDC's network in Denmark, is in talks with Sweden's Telia and Norway's Telenor for similar deals, head of Huawei's European operation Victor Wang said to daily Berlingske.
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The Norwegian Directorate of Fisheries said it would report Marine Harvest, the world's biggest Atlantic salmon producer, to the police after 60,000 salmon escaped one of its fish farms in November, Norwegian daily Dagens Naeringsliv said on Friday.
"We have a reason to believe that Marine Harvest has violated the law on aquaculture," Staale Hanse, a regional director at the Directorate, told the paper.
Marine Harvest said it was not aware of any report to the police, but was looking into the incident.
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(Additional reporting by Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm newsrooms)
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