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Samsung

With a vision of "Leading the Digital Convergence Revolution", Samsung's portfolio includes memory chips, LCDs, computers and telecommunication devices.
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Founded in 1938, Samsung is the second-largest chip maker and No. 2 mobile-phone manufacturer worldwide.

The company is headquartered in Seoul, South Korea, and has 337 offices and facilities in 58 countries, as well as employs 222,000 staff globally.

With a vision of "Leading the Digital Convergence Revolution", Samsung's portfolio includes memory chips and LCDs as well as audio-visual products, computers, telecommunication devices and home appliances.

The South Korean electronics products giant made a hostile bid to acquire SanDisk for US$5.85 billion in September, but was rejected by the U.S.-based computer chip maker. Samsung later withdrew its offer, citing an increasing "risk profile".

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