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Last Trade - 10/05/21

Large Cap
Market Cap £34.78bn
Enterprise Value £59.35bn
Revenue £36.50bn
Position in Universe 258th / 6855

TAKE A LOOK-Mobile World Congress

Tue 26th February, 2013 7:08pm
Feb 26 (Reuters) - The bosses of the big global mobile phone companies meet 
in Barcelona this week for the Mobile World Congress trade show. An overcrowded 
market, tough regulations and recession are hampering European telcos' ability 
to invest in faster networks, increasing the risk the region falls further 
behind the United States and parts of Asia. 
    Click on the links below for the latest stories and news about the industry. 
> Telefonica Deutschland to shake up mobile offers          
> Europe needs consistent telco regulation -Kroes         
> Sony's Xperia Z smartphone off to a good start-exec       
> EU's Kroes warns Spain on telecoms regulator merger     
> Nokia strengthens basic range with 15 euro phone        
> Nokia Siemens Networks aims for No.2 slot in US         
> Nokia's Elop sticks with Windows Phones platform        
> Vodafone can invest in Europe without Verizon           
> Web browser-maker Firefox takes on Apple, Google        
> GM switches to AT&T from Verizon for OnStar service     
> Race is on for $6 bln Maroc stake                       
> As bills tumble, Europe's telcos aim to make data pay      
> Divide between European and U.S. telcos widens          
 (Compiled by EMEA Desk) 
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