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LG Electronics Inc.

SEO:066570 ISIN:KR7066570003

LG Electronics Inc. is a Korea-based manufacturer specialized in the provision of electronics and telecommunication products. The Company operates its business through four divisions: mobile communications, digital appliance, digital display and digital media. The mobile communication division offers mobile broadcasting handsets, public broadcasting system (PBS) devices, key phones and others. The digital appliance division provides air conditioners, refrigerators, washing machines, microwave ovens, vacuum cleaners, compressors, motors, magnetrons and other electronic components. The digital display division offers televisions (TVs), monitors, plasma display panel (PDP) modules, video tapes and others. The digital media division provides storage devices, audios, videocassette recorders (VCRs), digital versatile discs (DVDs), personal computers and others. During the year ended December 31, 2007, the mobile communication division accounted for approximately 41% of total sales.



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China's economy grew a more-than-estimated 9.7 per cent and industrial value-added output grew 14.4 percent year on year in the first quarter of this year. Chinese investment is playing an important role to drive exploration and mining in Australia. ABF is delighted to invite you to hear first hand the updated results of the China & Australia Investment Attraction Strategy in Australia-China Business Week (ACBW) 2011.

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🕔4/22/2010 10:30:00 AM 11151

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Asian Markets Overview of March 12, 2010

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Asian Markets Overview of March 8, 2010

🕔3/8/2010 1:30:58 PM 14303

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Asian Markets Overview of February 16

🕔2/16/2010 1:30:19 PM 15232

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Asian Markets Overview of January 28

🕔1/28/2010 1:30:31 PM 13296

Wall Street stocks posted gains on Wednesday. The market pared early losses in late trade as Federal Reserve kept its stimulative monetary policy unchanged and said it would hold interest rate at "exceptionally low" level for an extended period to support the economic recovery.

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Asian Markets Overview of January 25

🕔1/25/2010 1:30:24 PM 13353

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Asian Markets Overview of January 13

🕔1/13/2010 1:30:44 PM 13432

Overnight US shares was lower on the disappointing Alcoa fourth-quarter report and profit warning from Chevron and Electronic Arts. Financial sector also fell as investors feared that a potential government levy might hurt bank profits.

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Asian Markets Overview of January 11

🕔1/11/2010 1:30:13 PM 14452

US stocks was slightly higher on Friday, hitting at least 15-month closing highs despite a bigger-than-expected job loss data. US dollar was lowered on the disappointing payroll data. This week the US firms, which are widely expected to show significant improvement compared to the corresponding period last year, will kick off the quarterly earnings reporting season.

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Asian Markets Overview of April 22

🕔4/22/2009 1:57:22 PM 14562

Most Asian major markets rebounded on Wednesday morning as investors' sentiment was boosted by gains on Wall Street overnight. Asian stocks fell massively Tuesday with most declines in financial sector.

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