LG Display initiates construct of an 8.5-generation LCD panel production line in Guangzhou

LG Display (LGD) recently started the construction of an 8.5-generation LCD panel production line in Guangzhou, China. The total investment for the project is anticipated to reach $4 billion. Major stakeholders include LGD with 70% of the total investment, Guangzhou Industry Development Zone with 20...

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