|Traded as||SSE: 600839|
|Zhao Yong 赵勇, President, Wang Fengzhao 王凤朝, Vice Chairman, G.M., Liu Tibing 刘体斌, Vice Chairman, Deputy G.M., Tan Mingxian 谭明献, Secretary, Board of Directors, Deputy G.M.|
|Products||TV, Refrigerator, Air Conditioners|
|Total equity||12,741,313,930.51 RMB|
Number of employees
|32,000 (May 20, 2011)|
Sichuan Changhong Electric Co., Ltd. (Changhong), (Chinese: 四川长虹电器股份有限公司 Sìchuān chánghóng diànqì gǔfèn yǒuxiàn gōngsī) is a consumer electronics company based in Mianyang, China and founded in 1958. It is the second-largest manufacturer of televisions in China. In 2004, 90% of the television sets exported from China to the United States were made by Changhong.
In 2010, they made a household 3D TV which is both sold locally and exported.
Another line of products is the manufacture of nickel–iron batteries.
Changhong is the sole manufacturer of batteries for the Chengdu J-10.
In 2008 an offer was reportedly made by AMD for a %15 stake, but was blocked by the Chinese government.
Presidents of Changhong: MA Zhang, 1957-61; SHI Fu, 1962-4; WANG Zhidong, 1966-74; KANG Naide, 1975-80; HU Zhengxing, 1981-2; WANG Jincheng, 1983-4; NI Runfeng, 1985-2004; ZHAO Yong, 2004-current.
- "Changhong 长虹". Webold.changhong.com. 1994-03-11. Retrieved 2014-06-14.
- "Changhong, Jianghuai Auto, TCL, Zijin: China Equity Preview". Bloomberg. 3 August 2010.
- Buckley, Chris (29 December 2004). "Changhong, China's largest TV exporter, announces a huge loss". The New York Times.
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