US trade commission to probe Nokia complaint against Apple
Published: 2017-01-24 23:55:32.0 BdST Updated: 2017-01-24 23:55:32.0 BdST
The US International Trade Commission said on Tuesday it will investigate a complaint by Nokia Technologies alleging that Apple Inc has imported smart phones, tablet computers and other electronics that infringe upon its patents.
The USITC said in a statement it had not yet made any decision on the merits of the case by the Finland-based Nokia Corp unit, which is seeking a cease and desist order and a limited exclusion order in the case.
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