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24 January 2008 By Robert Cyran

The Finnish phone giant s results sparkled, while its US competitor bombed. Handset selection explains most, but not all of the difference. Motorola sells 53% of its phones in America, while Nokia sells few. But if US troubles infect the global economy, Nokia will be vulnerable.

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