Electronics boss: ‘You need to think 10 years ahead’

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    Kinpo is a Taiwanese electronics giant. It employs 40,000 people and has a turnover of $36bn a year. It has developed some ground-breaking products, such 3D printers and a mirror that doubles as a computer screen. The key to success, says chief executive Simon Shen, is thinking far into the future.

    Video journalist: Jeremy Howell

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