Its strategy for creating a ubiquitous wireless market stresses emerging countries — and rock-botto

Tuesday, September 7, 2004

“While Nokia will certainly benefit from dramatic growth in the mobile market, the emerging economies of the countries it’s targeting stand to benefit as well. Studies consistently find a strong link between “teledensity” — the penetration of phone service — and economic growth. For poor people, especially those in rural areas who are unlikely to get wired anytime soon, mobile service can shorten distances, open up new business opportunities, and even improve health care.” Read full article here.

Source: BusinessWeek