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Apple to reportedly invest $100M in struggling supplier Japan Display

[2019-06-27 01:15:31]

Apple has agreed to invest $100 million in Japan Display Inc., better known as JDI, as the struggling LCD manufacturer continues efforts to restructure its business in a bid to stay afloat, according to a local report Thursday.

Apple to reportedly invest $100M in struggling supplier Japan Display


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