Microsoft has officially completed its acquisition of Nokia's Devices and Services unit, according to a press release issued by the companies early Friday.
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Devices and services
Microsoft says that its acquisition of Nokia's devices and services business will be finalized later this week, adding that some changes that have been made to the original terms of the deal.
Nokia posted up a brief press statement on Friday denying that a current tax dispute with the government of India will delay the sale of its Devices and Services division to Microsoft.
The European Commission, the antitrust regulation group of the European Union, will decide whether or not to approve Microsoft's plan to acquire Nokia's Devices and Services decision by December.