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LCD panel makers struggling
  • LCD panel makers suffered heavy losses in 2011, and they are anxious to return to profits.

    Last update: Tuesday 14 February 2012 [7 news items]

Panel makers seeking to return to profits through new products and markets

Feb 14, 01:10

In view of increasing additional production capacities of TFT-LCD panels from China-based makers and no substantial increase in global demand for panels, Taiwan-based panel makers...

CMI January revenues decline

Newswatch - Feb 13, 15:01

Chimei Innolux (CMI) has posted consolidated revenues of NT$31.185 billion (US$1.056 billion) for January, down 33.4% sequentially and 22.7% on year, according to a company filing...

HannStar Display posts sequential revenue gains in January

Feb 10, 14:10

HannStar Display has reported consolidated revenues of NT$2.74 billion (US$92.9 million) for January, up 8.9% on month but down 28.8% on year.

AUO expects operation to improve quarter by quarter in 2012, says president

Feb 9, 14:04

For Taiwan-based panel maker AU Optronics (AUO), 2011 was the worst time for operations and the company expects its business to gradually improve quarter by quarter in 2012, according...

AUO president Paul Peng

Panel maker CPT reports declined sales for January

Newswatch - Feb 9, 11:38

Chunghwa Picture Tubes (CPT) has posted consolidated revenues of NT3.27 billion (US$110.73 million) for January 2012, down 12% sequentially and 40.8% on year, according to a company...

Large-size LCD panel pricing stabilizes in December 2011, says IHS

Feb 7, 11:12

After five straight months of steep declines, prices for large-size LCD panels stabilized in December 2011 because of better-than expected sales and decreased production, according...

CMI CEO to hold debt settlement talks with creditor banks

Jan 20, 15:32

Chimei Innolux (CMI) CEO Hsing-chien Tuan will lead a negotiation team to hold debt settlement talks with its creditor banks on January 20, hoping the banks will allow it to postpone...

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