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China's top LCD makers gobble up rivals as expansion hits limits

BOE on track to overtake LG Display as South Korean players shift to OLEDs

An electronics store in Beijing: Demand for TVs and computers rose under coronavirus lockdowns, supporting LCD production.

BEIJING/SEOUL -- As the global market for liquid crystal displays nears saturation, China's top two producers are rushing to acquire existing facilities in a bid to further cement their dominance.

Production capacity for LCDs has risen in recent years, largely due to aggressive state-backed investments in China. But the rise of more advanced products like organic light-emitting diodes has prompted LCD makers to shift away from building new plants and go after existing assets instead.

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