LG Display reported 423.8 billion won ($366.4 million) in net profit in the second quarter, from a 504-billion-won loss in the same quarter a year earlier.
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LG Display turned a profit for the first time since the fourth quarter of 2018 as the shipment of panels for computer monitors and laptops shot up on increased demand from people working and studying at home due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Samsung Display has begun installing quantum dot (QD) display production equipment to replace outdated liquid crystal display (LCD) production lines, as part of its broader transition toward more advanced panels.
Loss-making LG Display thinks part of the answer may lie in "solutions." The company, which is 37.9 percent owned by LG Electronics, has been hit hard as Chinese manufacturers move aggressively into the display business.
LG Chem signed a contract with Ningbo Shanshan to sell the Ningbo, China-based company most of its liquid crystal display (LCD) polarizer business for $1.1 billion.
LG Chem has signed a conditional contract with Ningbo, China-based Ningbo Shanshan to sell a large portion of its liquid crystal display (LCD) polarizer business for $1.1 billion, the Korea company said Wednesday.