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Chinese TV manufacturer gets $50M order for Iraq

China's largest manufacturer announced today that it has secured a US$50 million order to start delivering tuners to war torn Iraq.

Sichuan Changhong, China’s largest TV manufacturer has secured an order to deliver US $50 million worth of tuners to an Iraqi client, one of the first such deals for China since the end of the war in Iraq, reported Reuters today (March 7).

A company spokesman would did disclose the name of the customer, said Changhong received the order for one million digital satellite colour television tuners before the Chinese May Day holiday on May 1.

“We have already delivered the first batch of 100,000,” the spokesperson told Reuters.

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