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Research and Markets: China's Display Industry Growth Policies.

DUBLIN, Ireland -- Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of China's Display Industry Growth Policies to their offering

The evolution of the Chinese display industry can be traced back to the 1950s. Subsequently, the development of the display industry was included in the Seventh Five-year Plan. However, failure to provide sufficient support for the industry's growth prevented it from moving beyond the low-end manufacturing stage. It was not until the Tenth Five-year Plan that the development of new types of display technology was made a key element in the government's industrial policy. The government introduced a series of measures to support technology innovation in this field, thereby helping to speed up the display industry's development.

This report analyses the evolution of the Chinese government's policy with respect to the development of the display industry, the various supporting policies that have been introduced, and the current distribution of display industry clusters within China.

Topics covered include:

- Evolution of China's national development plans as they are related to the display industry, key measures derived from the implementation of the Tenth Five-Year Plan, and level of maker investment in the display cluster

- Analysis of display industrial parks in China, including policies by area and the state of development within each park.

Companies mentioned in the report:

Ancai Group, Anyang Jinsheng, Anyang Kairui, Caihong Group, Chunghwa Picture Tube, Coagent, CPTF Display Technology, CPTF Optronics, Datong, Delta, Forhouse, Forward Electrics, Foshan Nationstar, Fuzhou Dartong, Gotron, Hannstar, Hitachi, Jingan, JVC, Keqiao, LG Chemical, LG Electrics (Nanjing) Plasma, LG Electronics, LG Philips LCD, LG Tongchuang, Nanjing Hwuary, Nanjing Panda Electrics, Nanjing Sharp, NEC, Newland, Philips Magnetic Products, Radiant, SCUD, Shaanxi Huadian Material, Shaanxi Jinshan Electrics, Shaanxi Konka, Shaanxi Ruyi Electric, ShengYi, SK, Taishan, Thomson Foshan, Thomson Guangdong, Xianyang Pianzhuan, Xixing Digital, Xixing Electronics

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