(Yicai Global) Nov. 8 -- Nokia has penned CNY15.7 billion (USD2.2 billion) worth of deals with China's big three-state owned telecoms operators at the China International Import Expo.
The agreements focus on construction of end-to-end communication networks, business development and digitization as the Helsinki-based firm looks to offer more professional support to the carriers, its half-owned China unit Nokia Shanghai Bell said on WeChat.
The second ever China International Import Expo, an exhibition dedicated to bringing overseas goods into the country, opened in Shanghai on Nov. 5 and runs until Nov. 10.
Nokia's deal with China Mobile covers technical services for end-to-end wireless networks, core networks and internet protocol routing, the statement added, while with China Telecom it will work on end-to-end networks, ultra-wideband networks and optical transmission.
For China Unicom, Nokia will build handsets and provide a broad range of services, including network testing and reconfiguration, maintenance and Internet of Things-related services.
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