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The Chinese TV industry is catching up with Samsung and LG, focusing not only on image quality and size, but also on screen models that reflect lifestyles, smart home standards, and operating system (OS) ecosystems.
About 10% of South Korean companies in China are considering leaving, while some say their sales and profits are increasing
China has grown huge influences on RISC-V, an open source-based semiconductor design architecture
The global market of OLED components and materials for use in mobile devices is expected to grow to 16.7 billion in 2027, and China's faster purchase increase signals a stronger presence in the mobile OLED supply chain.
Korean government announces a new supply chain strategy
A South Korean report says South Korea is behind both the Chinese mainland and the Taiwan region in the competitiveness of the semiconductor industry, reported Business Korea on November 4.
China’s display market share is expected to rise to 43% this year from 41.5% in 2021. Korean companies logged a market share of 33.2% in 2021, losing the No. 1 position they have maintained for 17 years since 2004 to Chinese manufacturers.
South Korean memory chipmaker SK Hynix warned of an "unprecedented deterioration" in memory chip demand, and said it could consider selling its memory chip production facility in the Chinese mainland
China’s crystals and oscillators supplier FAITH LONG Crystal(惠伦晶体) announced to set up a subsidiary in South Korea through its subsidiary in Hong Kong with a registered capital of ₩200 million ($139,881).
South Korea's reliance on China for major semiconductor raw materials has soared over the past five years, reported Business Korea recently.