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HannStar president David Joe
Photo: Andrea Liu [Mar 12, 2007]

After selling off its third-generation (3G) LDC panel plant, HannStar turned profitable in the fourth quarter of 2006. In addition, its own-brand monitor (Hanns.G) shipments are expected to exceed four million units this year, while the operation at its remaining 3G plant is likely to generate profits.

With the transformation still in progress, HannStar president David Joe recently talked to DigiTimes to offer a review of the company's current situation and and forecast of future developments.

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