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  • noun Attributive form of plasma display


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  • On Friday, Panasonic projected a ¥780 billion $10.18 billion net loss for the current year, because of continued troubles at its television business—where a bet on plasma-display TVs has failed to pay off—and a write-down of its acquisition of Sanyo Electric Co.

    Picture Dims for Japanese Electronics

  • Panasonic, a leader in plasma-display televisions, said it started Monday producing LCD panels using bigger sheets of glass at its new plant in Himeji, Hyogo Prefecture.

    Sharp, Panasonic Respond to LCD TV Demand

  • Pioneer said last year it would stop making its own plasma-display panels, opting to buy panels from Panasonic Corp.

    Pioneer Considers Exit From Flat-Panel TV Line

  • "Even now, we would like to continue in the plasma-display business if we could," said Pioneer President Susumu Kotani at a news conference.

    Pioneer Unplugs Its TV Business

  • Mr. Watanabe said that he expects shipments of LCD and plasma-display televisions in Japan for this fiscal year ending March 31 to be about 20% higher than its May forecast of 700,000 units.

    Hitachi to Outsource TV Manufacture

  • European Pressphoto Agency Pioneerwent after the high end of the market for plasma-display TVs, amove that has backfired in the recession.

    Pioneer Unplugs Its TV Business

  • Crippled by a sharp decline in sales and intense price competition with larger rivals, Pioneer said Thursday that it would withdraw from the plasma-display business by March 2010.

    Pioneer Unplugs Its TV Business

  • It limited its plasma-display televisions to 50-inch and 60-inch models and charged a premium compared with other manufacturers.

    Pioneer Unplugs Its TV Business

  • Panasonic Corp. wants a bigger share of sales in developing markets, but knows that its $1,200 large-screen plasma-display TV sets and $3,000 nanotechnology refrigerators are beyond the reach of low-wage families.

    Panasonic Reaches Wide -- and Low -- With Appliances for Emerging Market

  • Meanwhile, it tried to cut costs by not making its own plasma-display panels and opting to buy panels from Panasonic Corp.

    Pioneer Unplugs Its TV Business


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