Big TFT-LCD Glass Project to be Built in Zhengzhou, China

A fifth-generation TFT-LCD glass project will be built in Zhengzhou, capital city of Central Chinas Henan Province, it has been decided.

The project is planned to cost 2.1 billion yuan (US$254 million) in investment, which will be provided jointly by Ancai Group, the largest TV bulb produce in China, and the Zhengzhou Municipal Government.Now all preparations for building the project are unfolded gradually.A fifth-generation TFT-LCD glass project will be built in Zhengzhou, capital city of Central Chinas Henan Province, it has been decided.
The project is planned to cost 2.1 billion yuan (US$254 million) in investment, which will be provided jointly by Ancai Group, the largest TV bulb produce in China, and the Zhengzhou Municipal Government.

Now all preparations for building the project are unfolded gradually.

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Date: 13 May 2005
Source: asia.news.yahoo.com

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