TCL to invest $100m in Argentina in a year
Chinese electronics giant TCL Corporation plans to invest $100 million in Argentina over the next 12 months, Argentina’s government announced. The announcement followed a meeting between Argentine PresidentMauricioMacri and the CEO of TCL, Li Dongsheng, at the presidential headquarters and residence in Argentina’s capital Buenos Aires. “TCL Corporation, based out ofHuizhou, in Guangdong province, is one of the largest firms in its field, producing mobile phones, televisions and home appliances, among other consumer goods,” according to a news item posted on the presidential website.
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