Nokia is ramping up its operations in India, focusing on its three businesses of network infrastructure, location intelligence and advanced technologies.
Nokia had appealed the seizure and was scrambling to end the dispute ahead of the closure of the 5.4 billion euro Microsoft deal.
Despite India being second biggest market for Nokia, after China, the company has posted 23 per cent dip in revenue from Euro 2,923 million at the end of 2011.
Nokia launched its first Windows phones late last year under the Lumia brand, as the first fruits of Elop's alliance with Microsoft.
To win the Indian market, you need a good brand with scale and constant innovation, says the Nokia MD.
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