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Mobile = Paper Mill!!! | 25 Dec, 2009

Discussion in '$1 Daily Competition' started by pankaj.sea, Dec 23, 2009.

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    Which mobile company was a paper mill in earlier days of their business?
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    Woow! :rifle: What a answer!
    Its 1000% Correct!
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    Congrats...
     
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    Here is the full information -
    Nokia is a world number one cell-phone manufacturing company is located in Finland. In 1865, the company stared a paper mill with the name “Nokia” and within a short period, it earned good name and the area where the mill was also became popular with the name as “Nokia town”. The paper mill was established by “Frederic Ides Tam”. Later on, the paper mill was converted to “Rubber Company”. After the 2nd world war, Nokia purchased shares in a cable company and began to produce cables bud could not succeeded in that business as expected. From 1990 onwards, it started producing mobile phones and stood as “number one” in the world.
     

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