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Philips Says Deal To Form Television JV With TPV Technology Completed

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4/2/2012 2:29 AM ET

Royal Philips Electronics (PHG: Quote,PHGFF.PK) said the transaction to create a Television joint venture with TPV Technology Ltd. has been completed. The joint venture will be called TP Vision and will be 70% owned by TPV and 30% by Philips.

TP Vision will develop, manufacture and market Philips branded TV sets.

TP Vision, with headquarters in Amsterdam, will be led by Maarten de Vries. It will be responsible for the design, manufacturing, distribution, marketing and sales of Philips' Television worldwide, with the exception of mainland China, India, United States, Canada, Mexico and certain countries in South America.

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