actions.sumofus.org/a/samsung-pay-compensation-for-the-workers-who-died-in-your-factories/?akid=22052.9937159.-qEuUR&rd=1&source=fwd&t=3 I'm joining the quantum dots here, but this campaign is about to shame Samsung's LCD working practices and, assuming the cadmium in the Q Dots is to blame (any other theories?), our Cadmium-free Q Dots the about to become the Quinoa of TV manufacturing...
I'm holding for well over £1 as I believe we will see in the near future when a new commercial partner comes on board. Whilst this has been totally derisked with the Merck deal in my view, another deal will confirm it for the market in my view.
Philips is a powerful and expert lobbier who will have the EU in their pockets, so do not assume that getting rid of cadmium is a foregone conclusion. However, one hopes that the steps forward by the science in a year may make the EU think again.
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