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How much of a risk are China panel makers for Taiwan's panel industry?
  • China panel makers are continuing to increase their production capacity in addition to improving their technology. Some market observers say this is creating concerns for Taiwan panel makers while others say despite the developments the Taiwan makers are finding their own niches to help them stay profitable.

    Last update: Tuesday 7 January 2014 [7 news items]

O-Film visits Amazon, HTC in hope of landing more touch panel orders

Jan 7, 15:03

China touch panel maker O-Film has reportedly sent new samples to Amazon and HTC for use in products set to be released in 2014, according to industry supply chain sources.

China government to raise LCD tariffs

Jan 3, 15:37

China's Ministry of Finance will raise tariffs on 6G and smaller LCD glass substrates in 2014 while substrates above 6G will remain at 4%.

Shenzhen O-film expanding Taiwan team

Nov 12, 12:12

China-based touch panel maker Shenzhen O-film Tech is expanding its team of R&D personnel, engineers and marketing representatives in Taiwan, with the total number of staff to...

O-Film tech aims to land 60% of touch panel orders from Acer and Asustek

Oct 21, 21:35

China-based touch panel maker O-Film Tech hopes to land over 60% of the orders for touch panels used in AIO, notebook, tablet and smartphone products from Taiwan-based Acer and Asustek...

Digitimes Research: BOE, Tianma to benefit from small- to medium-size panel production in 2013

Sep 23, 14:28

China-based panel maker BOE is expected to see 4.7% on-year growth for its small- to medium-size panel shipments in 2013, which is also expect to boost revenues for each of its fabs,...

Digitimes Research: China tablet and notebook touch panel shipments to register pronounced growth in 3Q13

Aug 19, 10:19

While shipments of touch panels for handset applications will continue to dominate the touch panel industry in China in the second half of 2013, the ratio of tablet touch panels will...

BOE plans to raise US$7.5 billion to construct new panel lines

Aug 1, 15:35

China-based panel maker BOE has announced plans to raise CNY$4.6 billion (US$7.5 billion) to construct panel lines.

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