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joshuaeyu Member Level  Thursday, 09/12/19 12:38:35 AM
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Translated term "subsidiary" came from exact chinese word "child company".

Per US definition, that would correspond to definition of "subsidiary"

"Subsidiary" is defined as at least majority ownership per US definition.

Lugee Li via LiquidMetal HK Ltd does have "plurality" but not "majority" ownership of LQMT.

LQMT is part of Lugee Li Maze. If subsidiary offends someone, be it..

I for one prefer to be part of the Maze (and be labeled subsidiary) and be "light out" in Motel 6 with Steipp.

Where are we going with all these?

Rat Hole........


BTW, the term "child company" came within the QUESTION (Eontec only provide answer).

So much for SEC.......... LOL

Eontec answer explicitly mentioned 5G terminal (another word for cell tower/ base station)
5G terminal has nothing to do with CE.

So much for Apple.........LOL

However, in 5G land, there is the concept of micro cell and pico cell aside from typical 4G Macro cell.

Micro cell and Pico cell will be dense populated while Macro cell continue to be sparsely populated.

Dense population means HIGH VOLUME.

Good Night!!!

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