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Leshan Radio Company - LRC  Profile

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Leshan Radio Company - LRC  Company Overview

Leshan Radio Company (LRC), founded in Leshan, China in 1970, is an electronics company mainly engaged in manufacturing discrete semiconductor devices.

Leshan Radio Company - LRC  Products

The types of products manufactured by Leshan Radio Company - LRC include SMD Diodes, Transistors, Plastic-Sealed Diodes, Glass-Sealed Diodes, Bridge Rectifiers & Diodes, and High Voltage Diodes.

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