TOKYO -- Troubled iPhone screen maker Japan Display will receive 50 billion yen ($470 million) of a 80 billion yen lifeline in October as planned, the head of a Chinese investor group told Nikkei on Friday, as he sought to clear up uncertainty over the deal.
Winston Lee, CEO of Suwa Investment Holdings -- the vehicle for the investment -- spoke with Nikkei in his first interview about the deal.
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