Pantech patents may be on the move two years after the Korean company’s rescue from bankruptcy 05 May 17
Back in July 2015, IAM reported on a deal which saw Korean smartphone maker Pantech bought out of bankruptcy by a local consortium. As we noted at the time, the company’s supposedly high-value trove of patents played a big role in securing the rescue package – and it now appears that those patents may be changing hands in anticipation of some kind of value creation programme.
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