Nokia de-lists from LSE

29 Oct 2003

Finnish handset maker Nokia has filed a petition to have its shares de-listed from the London Stock Exchange. The move is designed to enhance the development of share trading on bourses where the vendor’s presence is stronger. Nokia’s liquidity on the LSE represents less than 1% of its trading volume.

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