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May 9th, 2004

Korea to Develop Next-Generation Display

Abstract:
South Korean and Japanese companies are competing to take the lead in the next-generation technology of field emission display (FED). Industry sources on Sunday said Samsung SDI has almost completed developing FED for digital TVs with screens 30 inches across diagonally based on its expertise in the carbon nano-tube technology.

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