Nokia Corporation, headquartered in the Finland, is the world leader in cell phone industry. Because much of Finland is greatly forested and sparsely populated, it is complex and expensive to make a land-based communication network. Nokia created Europe's first digital telephone network in the 1982. Today, Nokia has 27 percent of world market in cell phones, well ahead of their competition.
1. Nokia is the leading market player in its industry. What are some hazards that Nokia may face if it engages in the strategic alliance with the foreign company?
2. How might the obligation of a quota on cell phones impact Nokia's exportation of the cell phones to the United States?