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Electronics Antitrust

SEATTLE - In a federal antitrust complaint, T-Mobile claims AU Optronics, Chi Mei Corp. and others conspired to fix prices for materials used in liquid crystal display panels. Click headline to see defendants.

Here are the defendants in T-Mobil's antitrust complaint: AU Optronics Corporation; Au Optronics Corporation America; Chi Mei Corp.; Chimei Innolux Corp.; Chi Mei Optoelectronics USA Inc; CMO Japan Co., Ltd.; Nexgen Mediatech; Nexgen Mediatech USA, Inc.; Chunghwa Picture Tubes Ltd; Tatung Company; Tatung Company of America, Inc.; Seiko Epson Corporation; Epson Electronics America, Inc.; Hannstar Display Corporation; Hitachi Ltd; Hitachi Displays Ltd; Hitachi Electronic Displays USA Inc.; Epson Imaging Devices Corporation; LG Display Co., Ltd.; LG Display America, Inc.; Philips Electronics North America Corporation; Samsung Electronics Co Ltd; Samsung Semiconductor Inc.; Samsung Electronics America, Inc. ; Samsung SDI Co. Ltd.; Samsung SDI America Inc.; Sanyo Consumer Electronics Ltd.; Sharp Corp.; Sharp Electronics Corporation; Toshiba Corporation; Toshiba America Electronics Components, Inc.; Toshiba Mobile Display Technology Co., Ltd.; and Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc.

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