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Large Cap
Market Cap £34.50bn
Enterprise Value £58.72bn
Revenue £35.98bn
Position in Universe 256th / 6853

TAKE A LOOK-Mobile World Congress

Fri 1st March, 2013 1:45pm
March 1 (Reuters) - The bosses of the big global mobile phone companies were 
gathered 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. 
> France Telecom sees light at end of the tunnel          
> Qtel banks on Morocco ties in Maroc Telecom bid-CEO     
> 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     
> Game on for chip makers                                  
> Small cells go large to help meet data demand           
> Networking creates devices buzz at mobile fair          
> Korean operators warn Europe of "curse" of 4G               
> Chok! Chok! Chok! advert shakes up mobile marketing     
> 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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