Feb. 7 (Bloomberg) -- LG Display Co., the world’s second-largest maker of liquid-crystal displays, said it’s in talks with TPV Technology Ltd. to form a venture in Poland to manufacture LCD modules and televisions.
The venture will help reduce production costs by making TV parts and sets in one factory, Claire Ohm, a Seoul-based spokeswoman for LG Display, said in a telephone interview today. LG has similar operations in China with TPV and AmTran Technology Co.
The company is yet to decide on investments and when to begin production, Ohm said. Newspim, a Korean-language online news provider, reported LG Display’s plan earlier today.
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