VIETNAM > South Korea’s Samsung Display to invest additional $2.5Bn in northern Vietnam


South Korea based Samsung Display is set to invest an additional $2.5 billion in Vietnam’s northern Bac Ninh province.

This ambitious plan by Samsung is a five-year project starting from 2018. With this investment the total capital investment in Vietnam reaches to $6.5 billion by Samsung.


About Samsung Display

Samsung Display develops and offers display products, technology, solutions to customers in South Korea and internationally. The company provides OLED and LCD displays for smart/mobile phones, displays for mobile devices and automotive products, TFT-LCD and AMOLED displays for tablet PCs, TFT-LCD displays for note PCs and monitors, ultra-slim LED TVs, and commercial LED panels for public information display.

Samsung Display is based in Asan, South Korea. It has production bases in Asan and Cheonan, South Korea; Tianjin, Dongguan, and Suzhou, China; and Slovakia, as well as a research centre in Giheung, South Korea. Samsung Display operates as a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics.


About Samsung Electronics7bff77b4ea1932b17989df9c3222d3e7

Samsung Electronics together with its subsidiaries, engages in the consumer electronics, information technology and mobile communications, and device solutions businesses worldwide. It offers digital TVs, monitors, and printers; mobile phones, communication systems, network equipment, and computers; memory and system LSI products; LCD and OLED panels; audio and video equipment; and solid state drives, memory cards, and USB flash drives.

Samsung Electronics was founded in 1938 and is based in Suwon, South Korea.


Source: – Vietnam Investment Review