Here's another similarity, Tom Brady and Bill Belichick and Nosexxx all living in New England and all are lying cheats all day everyday.
Resident female ostrich Nut, I told before and I'll tell you again that going around dumb all the time is no way to go through life. But yet you insist. How you stumbled onto Nokia is a miracle. And another thing, no need to get racial with your "Jndia" or surely I will have to roll up a Sunday paper across your head.
Bravo, you're another fine example at what makes this message board better. These bad posters on this board don't have much breathing room with the crew already here.
I checked out that Free video from 1970 and I always thought that Bad Company wrote that. Who said you can' learn anything from these message boards? That song reminded me of Bob Marley.
You sound like my TD Ameritrade branch manger. He told me the same thing a long time ago and wanted to assure me a more modest return with less worries with his ETFs. So I told him to pick out some stocks under $10 better than Nokia. I told him that balance sheets and fundamentals were my upmost important concern and didn't care about what products or services they were selling. So I'm still waiting for him to show me and in the meantime my net worth is growing. Are you sure that you are a wizard?
Green buds and nice wine will be just fine. Just joking. But seriously this was a serious concern for me for a long time and I almost considered leaving a while back but after communicating with Nokia about these matters, they said what I wanted to hear and they were right. I'm glad I stayed and greener pastures are continuing to come.
Yahoo will not let me post complete article but I recommend you search out article and read it complete.
Search it and read it. Too long to post here but it's a fantastic article and all investors entangled in investments in Indian should read it. Article explains everything clearly, not a solution but an understanding of what exactly is happening in India with foreign businesses.
The government is looking at creating an escrow account to facilitate the sale of Nokia's mobile handset facility at Sri Perumbudur in Chennai at the earliest and wants to plug any further losses, both financially and in terms of its reputation as a manufacturing hub, said a senior government official, who did not want to be named.
"(Right now), there is no specific plan (for the revival of the Nokia plant) but we are exploring different possibilities. It can't wait till the case is determined. Party (Finnish telecom major Nokia) is not interested. If they are not interested then someone else can take up the facility at whatever is the fair value. The disputed value can be put in an escrow account and sale of the plant can happen," he said.
Nokia's Indian plant, which is one of the largest in the world, was shut down late last year due to its ongoing tax tussle with the state and the central government on retrospective taxation and asset freeze.
The closure of Nokia plant was also reflected in November's consumer durable output which slipped 14.5% during the month when telephone equipment, including mobile phones and accessories, output saw a sharp drop of 67.3%.
The government official said even though, at present, there was no interested buyer, the escrow account could be set up with the permission of all stakeholders; "We are exploring this at this stage".
India's mobile phone production has slumped over 60% to 58 million last year from 130 million in 2013, largely due to the shutdown of the Finnish mobile phone maker's plant. It has also hit India's telecom exports, which tumbled to 14 million from 72.5 million during the same period.
The government official, however, said in value terms the mobile handset exports were not so badly hit as Samsung has made up for the losses in a big way. He said this was because Nokia used to play mostly in the low-end segment of the market and Samsung is pre-dominantly present in the top-end segment. "It's a big relief (th
Vodafone and Shell won their cases three months ago. This is starting to end right now, and soon it's over. Read "Transfer pricing disputes: Agreement with US to bring relief to MNCs"
Lets get more people doped up with offline mapping worldwide with Here on Android and soon Apple and then start to look at other possibilities worth more dollars. Here is just starting to make traction with so many possibilities while still being only one of a few handful of mapping business worldwide.
Jorge, I believe India would may have gotten away with it if they had never gone after Nokia. Nokia maybe the straw that broke the camels back. Once Nokia was hit all others companies already entangled with India IT department credibility instantly went up, I remember reading strong articles about that from Shell and Vodafone. Things are now looking good for all companies entangled in those matters. Yeah now they will try to cover with a new pretty picture like all is forgiving with a new holiday tax break but for sure they while have to reassure no more tax games.