Panda Electronics

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Nanjing Panda Electronics Co Ltd
Corporation (Shanghai: 600775.SS, Hong Kong: 0553.HK)
Industry Information technology
Electronics
Founded Nanjing, China (1936)
Headquarters Nanjing, China
Products Mobile phones, TV sets and others
Revenue USD 5 billion (2007)[1]
Website www.panda.cn

Panda Electronics is a Chinese manufacturer and brand for electronic products. The products include mobile phones, datacards, TV sets and set top boxes, administrative software, electronic instruments, satellite and mobile communication solutions as well as wireless safety surveillance solutions.

Nanjing Panda Electronics Co Ltd, controlled by The Panda Group, was listed on the Hong Kong and Shanghai stock exchanges in 1996.

Panda Group was formally Central Wireless Equipments Corporation under National Government Resources Committee, originated in the 25th year of ROC (1936) as a radio manufacturer, the company was moved to Taiwan during the civil war and the remained was established as Nanjing Wireless Electronics Plant in PRC and in 1995 renamed Panda Electronics Group.

The company has a joint venture in North Korea in collaboration with the North Korean government.[2]

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