Yentai


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Yentai

(ˈjɛnˈtaɪ) or

Yen-t'ai

n
(Placename) a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for Yantai
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The carrier said that it will launch new services to Changchun, Yentai, Xuzhou and Hefei from Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport to boost the number of its destinations in China to 32 from 28.
Presently, the Yentai base, founded in 2004, generates RMB97 billion worth of various electronic devices per year, including notebook PCs, TV game consoles, desktop PCs, printers, digital cameras, projectors, etc., with over 80,000 workers.
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