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Top Engineering disclosed a small order with Sakai SIO, the Chinese division of Sharp that is building its Gen 10.5 LCD plant in Guangzhou, China. The contract indicates that Top will be supplying equipment under the contract through Feb 2019, which correlates to the expected opening of phase 1 of the fab in September 2019.

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CEO Chris Morton has announced that Hyuk-Jeen Suh of Samsung Ventures has joined the NanoPhotonica Board of Directors.“We are pleased that Samsung has invested in NanoPhotonica and our QLED technology. And I’m equally pleased that someone of Hyuk-Jeen’s background and capability will be available to support our growth,” said Morton.

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This announcement contains inside information as defined in EU Regulation No. 596/2014 and is in accordance with the Company's obligations under Article 17 of that Regulation. New partnership includes infrastructure investment, development, milestones and commercial supply agreement.

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Towards the end of 2015 LG Display announced that it plans to build a new OLED fab (P10) in Paju in a $8.7 billion investment to produce both mid-sized flexible OLED and large-sized OLED TV panels. LGD considered for a while whether this new fab will be based on Gen-8 production or Gen-10.

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Universal Display Corporation (NASDAQ: OLED) announced the signing of long-term OLED material supply and license agreements with Samsung Display (SDC), a global display manufacturing leader. These agreements affirm that Universal Display will continue to supply its proprietary UniversalPHOLED phosphorescent OLED materials and technology to Samsung Display for use in its OLED displays.

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Chinese players seen losing interest as Beijing shifts focus from LCDs to chips.Cash-strapped LCD manufacturer Japan Display's talks with prospective investors have run aground as initially eager Chinese companies appear to have gotten cold feet. The company, known as JDI, wanted to ink a deal by the end of March. But that will not happen until April or later, it has told its top shareholder, the public-private investment fund Innovation Network Corp. of Japan, and main lenders.

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