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Capital Research And Management's Holdings In Nokia Decreases Below 5 %

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Nokia Corp. (NOK: Quote) announced that holdings of Capital Research and Management Company in Nokia decreased below 5 % of the share capital of Nokia. On March 5, 2012, the holdings of Capital Research and Management Company, held through the mutual funds it manages, both in ADRs and ordinary shares amounted to a total of 184,834,660 Nokia shares, which corresponds to approximately 4.9356 % of the total number of shares and voting rights of Nokia.

Capital Research and Management Company is a U.S. based investment advisor managing various mutual funds.

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