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LG Corp.
LG Twin Tower 20, Yeouido-Dong, Yeongdeungpo-Gu Seoul, 150721 Korea, Republic of Tel: Fax: 82-2-37771114 82-2-37732292 Employees: Company Type: Corporate Family: Traded: Incorporation Date: Auditor: 92 Public Parent 212 Companies Korea Stock Exchange: 05-Jan-1947 Deloitte & Touche LLP Financials in: GBP (000)

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Fiscal Year End: 31-Dec-2011 Reporting Currency: South Korean Won Annual Sales: Net Income: Total Assets: Market Value: 5,663,995.1 1 550,868.5 8,468,108.4 2 6,527,507.3 (25-Jan-2013)

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Business Description LG Corp. is a Korea-based holding company engaged in the management of its subsidiaries. As of December 31, 2011, the Company had 15 subsidiaries, including LG Electronics Inc., engaged in manufacturing of consumer electronic products; LG Chem Ltd, engaged in manufacturing of petrochemical products; LG CNS Co., Ltd., engaged in the software development and information technology (IT) outsourcing business; SERVEONE, engaged in the engaged in purchase agency business; LG Siltron Incorporated, engaged in the manufacture of silicon wafers; LUSEM CO., LTD., engaged in the driver integrated circuit (IC) business, light emitting diode (LED) package business and radio frequency identification (RFID) business; LG Solar Energy Inc., engaged in photovoltaic power generation business, among others. For the nine months ended 30 September 2012, LG Corp. revenues decreased 2% to W7.094T. Net income applicable to common stockholders excluding extraordinary items increased 3% to W818.2B. Revenues reflect LG SERVENOE segment decrease of 10% to W5.351T. Net income reflects Other Operating Expense decrease of 43% to W35.2B (expense), Finance Expense decrease of 19% to W67.3B (expense). Source: Reuters Industry Industry ANZSIC 2006: NACE 2002: NAICS 2002: UK SIC 2003: UK SIC 2007: US SIC 1987: Audio and Video Equipment 2429 - Other



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