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Old 15-10-2009, 12:52 PM
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Actually losing a bit of marketshare will help Nokia to regain focus. Sometimes too large a marketshare is hard to maintain. One strategist was discussing this very thing in one of the Apple forums. He was saying that by not trying to garner certain markets, Apple is free to spread across several and maitain profiability. This seems to be working as they are well in the black and making a very tidy sum. If Nokia can sort of slim down some of its phone models and concentrate on those which the population seem to be clamoring for, they could do very nicely. The phone market has shown that there is enough room for many different brands and types. Nokia just has to position itself in these markets as a player, not necessarily as the most dominant.