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The trajectory of LG Electronics, its growth and diversification, has always been grounded in the company ethos of making our customers' lives ever better and easier-happier, even-through increased functionality and fun.
Since its founding in 1958, LG Electronics has led the way to an ever-more advanced digital era. Along the way, our constantly evolving technological expertise has lent itself to many new products and applied technologies. Moving forward into the 21st century, LG continues to on its path to becoming the finest global electronics company, bar none.
LG Electronics 50-year History
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[pic]1958 Founded as GoldStar [pic]1959 Produce Korea's first consumer radios [pic]1998 Introduce the 60-inch plasma TV [pic]1999 Forge joint venture with Philips [pic]2003 Enter UK GSM handset market [pic]2005 Develop 3G UMTS DMB handset [pic]2007 Launch HD disc-player and drive
Founded as GoldStar
Produces Korea's first consumer radios, TVs, refrigerators, washing machines, and air conditioners
Renamed LG Electronics Acquires U.S.-based Zenith
Introduces world's first CDMA digital mobile-handsets, supplied to Ameritech and GTE in the U.S. Achieves UL certification in U.S. Develops world's first IC set for DTV
Unveils world's first 60-inch plasma TV
Establishes LG Philips LCD, a joint venture with Philips
Launches world's first Internet refrigerator Exports synchronous IMT-2000 to Marconi Wireless…...

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