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Haier Group Corporation
Native name
Type Collective enterprise
Industry Home appliances
Consumer electronics
Founded1984;39 years ago (1984)
Key people
Zhang Ruimin
(Chairman and CEO)
Liang Haishan
(Rotating President)
Zhou Yunjie
(Rotating President)
Products Major appliances
Small appliances
Commercial heating and cooling systems
Consumer electronics
Subsidiaries GE Appliances (U.S.) majority 90%
Hotpoint (U.S.)
Hoover (Europe)
Fisher & Paykel
Sanyo (South East Asia)
Website www.haier.com

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