The Taiwan-Taiwan alliance has changed the Japanese LCD panel maker Japan Display (JDI), and it is rumored that Taiwan investors have withdrawn. Dai Zhengwu, chairman and president of Hon Hai’s Japanese company Sharp, said on the 14th that Sharp is willing to lend a helping hand to JDI.
When Dai Zhengwu accepted the Nikkei News interview, he said: & lsquo; We have not received any contact with JDI, but we are open-minded. & rsquo; He said: & lsquo; If the other party makes a request, we will consider. & rsquo;Dai Zhengwu proposed an example of support: Sharp can rent a factory to JDI for business, if it is profitable, it can reduce the financial burden of JDI.
JDI said on the 14th that although the 14th was the decision of the Taiwan-Taiwan Union to decide whether to invest in JDI, it did not receive a final decision from the members of the alliance. Japan’s Asahi News reported on the 15th that a Taiwanese investor in the Taiwan-Taiwan Union has decided to withdraw, making the future of the bail-out case even more confusing.
The Asahi Shimbun did not explicitly mention the identity of this Taiwanese investor. It only said that because JDI’s operating conditions were worse than expected, JDI and the Taiwanese Union could not negotiate the funding conditions. Decided to quit.
According to reports, JDI announced in April that it will accept Taiwan's Shunhong, Fubon Caijia Private Company CGL Group and China Jiashi Group, with a capital injection of up to 80 billion yen. Among the 80 billion yen, Yuhong is scheduled to contribute 25.1 billion yen and CGL to invest 142. The billion yen and the Harvest Group contributed 40.7 billion yen. Bloomberg News quoted sources as saying that JDI and the Taiwan-Taiwan alliance are still negotiating on the bail-out clause. The Taiwan-Taiwan alliance hopes to complete the deal before the end of the year, but JDI hopes to be earlier.