You want cheap labor?
How about "you want to produce where you sell"? Or "you want developing countries to
You want little environmental regulation?
You are aware that Nokia won a couple of awards over the past years for their efforts to produce eco-friendly?
You want to hide from taxes in your home country?
Now this is ridiculous. The issue at hand is that Nokia did pay the SW tax in their home country, and Indian tax authorities suddenly got it into their head that Nokia should pay taxes for the same transaction in India as well. So exactly the opposite of what you wrote.
Then build in the developing world. But don't cry when the developing world's lack of rules and regulations bite you in the ass with sudden "fees", "taxes", and other sundry costs. You chose to leave your home country to enhance shareholder profits. Surprise, the rest of the world doesn't have to operate according to your shareholder's profit motive.
Where exactly to you see Nokia crying? in your dreams? They defend themselves in court, which seems sensible. They hope for the help of their Government, which would seem sensible if you hadn't ignored the fact that they paid the tax in Finland.
I like to bash big companies and blame them for all our misfortune just as the next guy, but your collection of platitudes just doesn't fit here. Nokia probably also made lots of mistakes.
I'm definitely not an advocate of the free market to solve everything - free market mainly means absence or minimization of regulation, which in the end means to let the strongest rule over the weak. I'd prefer a Government which also protects the weaker and creates an environment to encourage the development of polypolies instead of rewarding monopolies.
Since bugs like those crop up anyway[...]
Well, that's the thing... Do they crop up anyway or are these bugs already the intentional backdoors?