Taiwan reports DTV boom

Taiwan is expected to make $3.26bn-worth of digital televisions a year as a result of mushrooming demand from both local and foreign markets, according to studies made by the Industrial Economics and Knowledge Center (IEK).

The production value of Taiwan-made digital TVs rose by 21.2% over the first-quarter level in the second quarter of this year. The largest increase was for LCD TVs, up 22.2% on the previous quarter.

Global demand for digital TVs is expanding fast, spurred by promotional sales and prominent sport events like the Olympic Games in Athens, according to IEK.

Lovelacemedia  |  29.09.2004

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