Nokia narrows quarterly loss as Lumia sales rise

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Finnish mobile phone company Nokia narrowed its losses in the first quarter of 2013, helped by rising sales of Lumia smartphones.

It reported a 339m euro (£290m) loss in the quarter, down from a 1.57bn euro loss in the same period last year.

Nokia is trying to catch up with rival smartphone makers Apple and Samsung.

Alice Baxter reports.

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