China encourages Nokia to promote information industrial cooperation


 Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Dejiang (R) meets with Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo, president and CEO of Finland’s mobile phone maker Nokia in Beijing, capital of China, April 27, 2009.

Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Dejiang met with Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo, president and CEO of the world’s largest mobile phone maker Nokia. He said that China hopes Nokia will enhance cooperation with China’s information sector and play an active role in developing China’s TD-SCDMA industry.

China had made favorable policies to support the development of information industry, against the backdrop of the global financial crisis. Zhang said China put great importance to the information industry, and would unswervingly promote the industry’s development.
TD-SCDMA is a Chinese domestically-developed standard for the third-generation (3G) high-speed mobile communications.
  Kallasvuo said he was confident of Nokia’s business prospects in China, and was ready to advance research and development in this Chinese sector, so as to contribute to China’s economy and information industry.

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