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China approves Nokia-Microsoft cellphone sale

Briefs | 04/09/2014 2:52 pm EDT

Nokia Corp. said Wednesday that authorities in China have approved its deal to sell Microsoft Corp. most of its devices-and-services business, which includes cellphones and patents.

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