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Hong Kong-based TPV is one of the world's top producers of old-fashioned cathode-ray tub monitors for PCs. Unfortunately for TPV, those clunky monitors are getting eclipsed by slimmer flat-screens with liquid crystal displays. So TPV is now trying to become a player in the LCD market. In December, it reached a deal with Philips to take over the Dutch giant's monitor business, with factories in China, Hungary, and Brazil. The deal should further the ambitions of TPV's main shareholder, BOE Technology, a Beijing-based company that aims to make China a player in the LCD industry.
|Return on Equity||26.6%|
|Industry||COMPUTERS AND PERIPHERALS|
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TPV Technology Limited, through its subsidiaries, engages in the manufacture and trading of computer monitors, scanners, and related products. It manufactures the computer monitors with various features, such as digital control, on-screen-display power factor correction, display data channel, TCO compliance, display power management system, and multimedia functions and shuttle control. The group manufactures CRT -based computer monitors under AOC, Envision, and Amark brands. It also produces the LCD-based computer monitors and color scanners under the AOC brand name. The group operates in Europe, North America, South America, Africa, Australia, and Asia.
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Jason Hsuan serves as Chairman, Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of TPV Technology Limited. Dr. Hsuan joined TPV Technology Limited in November 1990 and is responsible for the Group’s overall corporate policies and business development. Before joining TPV Technology Limited, he had over 19 years of managerial experience in well-known multinationals including General Electric and PepsiCo. Dr. Hsuan graduated from Department of Electrical Engineering of National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan in 1968, and holds a doctorate degree in systems engineering from the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn and a master’s degree in systems engineering from Boston University.