Nokia town faces dim future as strugg...

Nokia town faces dim future as struggling mobile phone maker jobs shift to Asia

There are 1 comment on the Canadian Business Magazine story from Apr 6, 2012, titled Nokia town faces dim future as struggling mobile phone maker jobs shift to Asia. In it, Canadian Business Magazine reports that:

SALO, Finland - Tomi Marjuaho repaired mobile phones for 10 years in the town of Salo in southern Finland, where Nokia, the world's top cellphone-maker, set up its wireless operations in the 1980s.

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Jamaica, NY

#1 Apr 6, 2012
There must be a good reason why Nokia. Dow Chemical, and. Many others
Are leaving. Hungary. The. Jobbiks and their ilk do not make working with
Hungarians desirable, to make it very politely. The present government and the next ones should pay very close attention to this very serious Hungarian Problem.
The Jobbiks have offered to come to the aid of IRAN in the doodoo that they are in.
very interesting if all the Jobbiks would then change to the Muslim faith. The Hungarians with their present Jobbiks setup will not fit into the EURO CLUB.....

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