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Japan Display Inc. said Wednesday it had formally ended talks with a Chinese-Taiwanese consortium on a bailout plan that has effectively been stalled since September.

The struggling display supplier for Apple Inc. said the group led by Chinese Harvest Tech Investment Management Co. did not provide financial aid by the deadline of Dec. 31, despite an agreement in August under which the consortium had pledged to offer up to ¥80 billion ($738 million).

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