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Japan Display chief to step down in September

Ailing LCD maker to seek voluntary retirements from 30% of its employees

LCD panel maker Japan Display has struggled to turn a profit, in part due to sluggish sales of Apple's iPhone. (Photo by Karina Noka)

TOKYO -- Japan Display President Yoshiyuki Tsukizaki will step down in late September to take responsibility for the company's poor performance, the liquid-crystal display maker said Wednesday.

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