LG Display announced that it has signed a deal with the city government of Hai Phong, the third-largest city in Vietnam, to build an OLED TV module factory. LGD will invest $100 million to establish a local office in the city and begin construction of the factory later in 2016.

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LG Display aims to start operating the new factory next year. The company hopes that the low costs in Vietnam will enable them to produce OLED TVs at a lower cost - while still being very close to China. The panels themselves will of course be produced in LGD's fabs in Korea.

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