Deborah Yang

Deborah Yang

Ms. Deborah Yang is a Director within the IHS Technology group. She joined IHS in November 2014, when IHS acquired DisplaySearch, a leader in primary research and forecasting on the global display market. At DisplaySearch, she served as director of Taiwan and China display market research.

Prior to DisplaySearch, Ms. Yang spent more than 10 years at Royal Phillips Electronics. There, she held the position of business intelligence manager in the flat panel purchasing department of the Philips CE Business Group. Before this position, she served in the displays project management group where, as a project leader, she developed and formulated the supply know-how for LCD monitors and TVs. Ms. Yang received an award for her role as senior market analyst at Philips and was a nominee for the Royal Philips Electronics PD PBE Best Practice Award. She has a Master of Business Administration from Preston University, Wyoming, United States and a bachelor's degree in Economics from SooChow University.


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[Display Dynamics] 65-inch LCD TV price war started before Gen 10.5 ramp-up

TV makers began to bargain with panel makers for panel allocation and pricing even though BOE has not proven that it can ramp up the Gen 10.5 fab smoothly.

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Displays
Impact of Proposed China Tariffs on US TV Market

On April 4th, the US Office of the Trade Representative published a list of 1,300 products that could be subjected to an additional 25% import tariff if coming from China. Flat panel TVs are included on this list, and given the very low margins on the bulk of entry level TVs, and the fact that many of the smaller in mid-sized TVs are imported fully assembled from China, it could have a very big impact on the entire TV market. The attached report breaks down the details of the possible tariff, and the impacts on the supply chain, as well as possible reactions. Of course, it is important to note that this list of products is under a 60 day review process, and we expect heavy lobbying on the part of manufacturers and trade organizations. The outcome or final list could change before the end of May.

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Mobile, Consumer & Connected Devices
Impact of Proposed US Tariff on Chinese the TV Set and Display Industry - 2018

This special report presents our analysis of the proposed additional 25% tariff on TV products shipped to the US market and the effect it will have on the Chinese TV set and display industry.

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Displays
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