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Cell phone maker Nokia Corp. said it received a favorable initial ruling from the International Trade Commission on a patent dispute with Qualcomm Inc. related to some of its global system for mobile communications products.

Commission Judge Paul J. Luckern ruled late Wednesday that Nokia did not infringe or violate the three Qualcomm patents involved in the dispute. The judge also found one of the patents to be invalid.

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