Google and Samsung are worried about the consequences of a successful takeover deal between Microsoft and Nokia. According to a new report by Bloomberg, Google and Samsung held a talk with China’s Ministry of Commerce regarding licensing fees, citing two goverment officials familiar with the matter.
The two companies asked the Ministry of Commerce to ensure that the Microsoft-Nokia deal would not result in higher patent licensing fees, specifically in wireless technologies, that will remain under the control of Nokia. In addition, two other companies, Huawei Technologies Co. and ZTE Corp., have expressed their concern regarding this matter. The companies have asked the regulators to set conditions on the deal.
Microsoft and Nokia announced the deal back in September 2013 after Nokia lost its market share to Apple and other Android competitors. Microsoft will purchase Nokia’s hardware business while keeping most of the patents under Nokia’s control.
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