Corning picks Beijing for 1st China LCD glass plant

Corning Inc. , the world's largest maker of glass for large liquid crystal displays, said on Monday it plans to build its first Chinese LCD glass plant in Beijing, as the mainland market begins to develop.

The company previously said it would build such a plant, which typically requires $1 billion or more in investment over time, but had not disclosed a specific Chinese location.Read the entire news on the source link below.Corning Inc. , the world's largest maker of glass for large liquid crystal displays, said on Monday it plans to build its first Chinese LCD glass plant in Beijing, as the mainland market begins to develop.

The company previously said it would build such a plant, which typically requires $1 billion or more in investment over time, but had not disclosed a specific Chinese location.

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