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TCL Technology Group Corporation Interim Report 2022

TCL科技集团股份有限公司TCL Technology Group Corporation

INTERIM REPORT 2022

August 26, 2022

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Part I Important Notes, Table of Contents and DefinitionsThe Board of Directors (or the “Board”),the Supervisory Committee aswell as the directors, supervisors and senior management of TCL TechnologyGroup Corporation (hereinafter referred to as the “Company”) hereby guaranteethe factuality, accuracy and completeness of the contents of this Report and itssummary, and shall be jointly and severally liable for any misrepresentations,misleading statements or material omissions therein.

Mr. Li Dongsheng, the person-in-charge of the Company, Ms. Li Jian, theperson-in-charge of financial affairs (Chief Financial Officer), and Mr. Xi Wenbo,the person-in-charge of the financial department (Chief Accountant), herebyguarantee that the financial statements carried in this Interim Report are factual,accurate, and complete.All the Company’s directors attended the Board meeting for the review ofthis report.The future plans, development strategies or other forward-lookingstatements mentioned in this Report and its summary shall NOT be considered aspromises of the Company to investors. Therefore, investors are kindly remindedto pay attention to possible investment risks.The Company has no interim dividend plan, either in the form of cash orstock, nor for the conversion of capital reserve into share capital.This Report has been prepared in both Chinese and English. Should there beany discrepancies or misunderstandings between the two versions, the Chineseversion shall prevail.

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Table of Contents

Part I Important Notes, Table of Contents and Definitions ...... 2

Part II Corporate Information and Key Financial Information ...... 6

Part III Management Discussion and Analysis ...... 9

Part IV Corporate Governance ...... 31

Part V Environmental and Social Responsibility ...... 33

Part VI Significant Events ...... 41

Part VII Changes in Shares and Information about Shareholders ...... 56

Part VIII Bonds ...... 62

Part IX Financial Report ...... 67

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Documents Available for Reference

(I) The financial statements signed and stamped by the person-in-charge of theCompany, the Chief Financial Officer and person-in-charge of the financial department.(II) The originals of all the Company’s announcements and documents that weredisclosed to the public during the Reporting Period.

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Definitions

TermRefers toDefinition
The “Company”, the “Group”,“TCL”,“TCL Tech.” or “we”Refers toTCL Technology Group Corporation
The “Reporting Period”, “current period”Refers toThe period from January 1, 2022 to June 30, 2022.
TCL CSOTRefers toTCL China Star Optoelectronics Technology Co., Ltd.
TCL ZhonghuanRefers toTCL Zhonghuan Renewable Energy Technology Co., Ltd., a majority-owned subsidiary of the Company listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange (stock code: 002129.SZ)
TPCRefers toTianjin Printronics Circuit Corporation, a majority-owned subsidiary of the Company listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange (stock code: 002134.SZ)
Wuhan CSOTRefers toWuhan China Star Optoelectronics Technology Co., Ltd.
Guangdong JuhuaRefers toGuangdong Juhua Printed Display Technology Co., Ltd.
Jiutian LianchengRefers toNingbo Jiutian Liancheng Equity Investment Partnership (Limited Partnership)
HighlyRefers toHighly Information Industry Co., Ltd., a majority-owned subsidiary of the Company listed on the National Equities Exchange and Quotations (stock code: 835281)
Moka TechnologyRefers toMoka International Limited
Semiconductor materialsRefers toMaterials with electrical conductivity between conductors and insulators.
Monocrystalline siliconRefers toSingle-crystal silicon in which the silicon atoms are structured periodically and made of high-purity polycrystalline silicon by the Czochralski (CZ) and float zone (FZ) method.
Polycrystalline siliconRefers toPolycrystal of silicon composed of silicon grains at a certain size, in which each silicon grain has a different crystalline orientation. High-purity polysilicon used to prepare monocrystalline silicon is primarily purified from metallurgical-grade polysilicon by the improved Siemens method.
P-typeRefers toP-type monocrystalline silicon created by adding trivalent elements (such as boron) to replace silicon atoms in the production process of monocrystalline silicon.
N-typeRefers toP-type monocrystalline silicon created by adding pentavalent elements (such as phosphorus) to replace silicon atoms in the production process of monocrystalline silicon.
Polished waferRefers toSilicon wafer obtained through cutting, grinding, and polishing.
Epitaxial waferRefers toSemiconductor silicon wafer formed through the epitaxial process on the polished wafer.
t1Refers toThe generation 8.5 (or G8.5) TFT-LCD production line of TCL CSOT
t2Refers toThe generation 8.5 (or G8.5) TFT-LCD (including oxide semiconductor) production line of TCL CSOT
t3Refers toThe generation 6 (or G6) LTPS-LCD panel production line of TCL CSOT
t4Refers toThe generation 6 (or G6) flexible LTPS-AMOLED panel production line of TCL CSOT
t5Refers toThe generation 6 (or G6) of new semiconductor production line of Wuhan CSOT
t6Refers toThe generation 11 (or G11) new TFT-LCD display production line of TCL CSOT
t7Refers toThe generation 11 (or G11) new ultra-high-definition (UHD) TFT-LCD and AMOLED production line of TCL CSOT
t9Refers toThe generation 8.6 (or G8.6) new oxide semiconductor production line of Guangzhou CSOT
t10Refers toThe generation 8.5 (or G8.5) TFT-LCD production line of Suzhou China Star Optoelectronics Technology Co., Ltd.
GWRefers toGigawatt, power unit for solar cells, 1GW = 1,000 megawatts
G12Refers to12-inch ultra-large DW-cut solar monocrystalline silicon square wafer, size: 44,096mm?, diagonal line: 295mm, side length: 210mm, with its size 80.5% larger than the conventional M2

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Part II Corporate Information and Key Financial InformationI. Corporate Information

Stock nameTCL TECH.Stock code000100
Place of listingShenzhen Stock Exchange
Company name in ChineseTCL科技集团股份有限公司
Abbr. (if any)TCL科技
Company name in English (if any)TCL Technology Group Corporation
Abbr. (if any)TCL TECH.
Legal representativeLi Dongsheng

II. Contact Information

Board Secretary
NameLiao Qian
Office address10/F, Tower G1, International E Town, TCL Science Park, 1001 Nanshan District, Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, China
Tel.0755-3331 1666
Email addressir@tcl.com

III. Other Information

1. Contact Information of the Company

Whether the registered address, office address and their zip codes, website address and email address of the Company changed duringthe Reporting Period.

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

No change occurred to the registered address, office address and their zip codes, website address and email address of the Companyduring the Reporting Period. Please refer to the Annual Report 2021 for details.

2. Media for Information Disclosure and Place Where This Report is LodgedWhether the media for information disclosure and place where this report is lodged changed during the Reporting Period.

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

No change occurred to the newspapers designated by the Company for information disclosure, the website designated by the CSRCfor disclosing the Company’s periodic reports and the place for lodging such reports during the Reporting Period. Please refer to theAnnual Report 2021 for details.

3. Other Information

Whether other information changed during the Reporting Period.

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

IV. Key Accounting Data and Financial Indicators

Indicate whether there is any retrospectively restated datum in the table below.

√ Yes □ No

Reasons for retroactive adjustment or restatement

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Change of accounting policy

H1 2022H1 2021Change
Before adjustmentAfter adjustmentAfter adjustment
Revenue (RMB)84,522,181,12874,298,646,75874,405,849,03913.60%
Net profit attributable to the company’s shareholders (RMB)663,522,8716,783,884,8076,802,218,487-90.2%
Net profits attributable to the company’s shareholders before non-recurring gains and losses (RMB)-626,869,3855,497,817,9475,516,151,627-111.36%
Net cash generated from operating activities (RMB)9,016,635,74313,895,714,15713,895,714,157-35.11%
Basic earnings per share (RMB/share)0.04890.50260.5040-90.30%
Diluted earnings per share (RMB/share)0.04850.48350.4848-90.00%
Weighted average return on equity (%)1.71%18.96 %19.01%Decrease by 17.3 percentage points year on year
End of the Reporting PeriodDecember 31, 2021Change
Before adjustmentAfter adjustmentAfter adjustment
Total assets (RMB)330,356,529,181308,733,133,305308,987,970,9156.92%
Owners’ equity attributable to the company’s shareholders (RMB)39,024,099,35843,034,234,61143,103,580,799-9.46%

Reasons for change in accounting policies and correction of accounting errorsIn accordance with the Interpretation No. 15 of the Accounting Standards for Business Enterprises issued by the Ministry of Finance,the Company implemented related requirements and retroactively adjusted relevant items of the financial statements at the beginningof the year and the same period of the previous year. Such change in accounting policy has no material impact on the Company’sfinancial position and operating results.Total share capital at the end of the last trading session before the disclosure of this Report:

Total share capital at the end of the last trading session before the disclosure of this Report (share)14,030,642,421

Fully diluted earnings per share based on the latest total share capital above:

Fully diluted earnings per share based on the latest total share capital above (RMB/share)0.0473

V. Accounting Data Differences under China Accounting Standards for Business Enterprises(CAS) and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and Foreign AccountingStandards

1. Differences in Net Profit and Equity under CAS and IFRS

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

There were no differences in the net profit and equity reported by the Company under CAS and IFRS during the Reporting Period.

2. Differences in Net Profit and Equity under CAS and Foreign Accounting Standards

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

There were no differences in the net profit and equity reported by the Company under CAS and Foreign Accounting Standards duringthe Reporting Period.

3. Reasons for Accounting Data Differences Above

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

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VI. Non-Recurring Gains and Losses

√ Applicable □ Not applicable

Unit: RMB

ItemAmount
Gains and losses on disposal of non-current assets (inclusive of impairment allowance write-offs)464,268,004
Government subsidies charged to current profits and loss (except for government subsidies closely related to the Company’s normal business which comply with national policies and regulations and are enjoyed on an ongoing basis according to certain standard quotas or quantities)429,923,376
The profits or losses generated from changes in fair value arising from holding marketable financial assets and marketable financial liabilities, as well as the investment-related income from the disposal of marketable financial assets, marketable financial liabilities and available-for-sale financial assets, except for the effective hedging business related to the Company’s normal business operation.-11,163,893
Reversal of provision for impairment of receivables that have been individually tested for impairment10,179,957
Non-operating income and expenses other than the above538,584,560
Less: Corporate income tax47,765,551
Non-controlling interests (net of tax)93,634,197
Total1,290,392,256

Details of other profit and loss items that meet the definition of non-recurring profits and losses:

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

The Company has no other profit and loss items that meet the definition of non-recurring profits and losses.Note on non-recurring profit and loss items that which is listed in the Explanatory Announcement No. 1 on Information Disclosure forCompanies Offering Their Securities to the Public—Non-Recurring Gain/Loss shall be used to define Recurring Gain/Loss items

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

The Company does not have any non-recurring profit and loss items listed in the Explanatory Announcement No. 1 on InformationDisclosure for Companies Offering Their Securities to the Public—Non-Recurring Gain/Loss that are defined as recurring profit andloss items.

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Part III Management Discussion and Analysis

I. Main businesses of the Company during the reporting period

1. Overview

In the first half of the year affected by factors such as intensifying geopolitical conflicts, risinginflationary pressures, and multiple waves of COVID-19 outbreaks across the world, the demand inend market remained sluggish and the global economy slowed down significantly. The complex andchanging political and economic situation has further impacted the high-tech industry and driven thetransformation of energy structures. In response to these changes, the Company laid out its businessin the pan-semiconductor industry on a basis of semiconductor display, new energy photovoltaics,and semiconductor materials, strengthened its risk management and control, and secured the bottomline of operation with ultimate cost efficiency to improve comparative competitiveness and pursuesustainable high-quality development.During the reporting period, the Company achieved an operating revenue of RMB84.52 billion,a year-on-year increase of 13.6%; a net profit of RMB1.93 billion, a year-on-year decrease of 79.3%;and a net profit of RMB660 million attributable to the shareholders of listed companies, a year-on-year decrease of 90.2%. The Company saw decreased profits primarily due to overall sluggishdemand for display terminals, sharp decline in orders from key regional markets and customerscaused by geopolitical conflicts, and significantly lower prices of major products than that at the sameperiod of last year. The net profit of the Company's semiconductor display business decreased byRMB8.9 billion year on year.In terms of its new energy photovoltaic business, the Company seized the promisingopportunities of the industry, fully utilized its leading advantages in products and process technology,and accelerated the construction of advanced capacity. In terms of its semiconductor material business,the Company continued to diversify its product and customer structure, with both production andsales increasing significantly. TCL Zhonghuan achieved an operating income of RMB31.7 billion, ayear-on-year increase of 79.7%, and a net profit of RMB3.225 billion, a year-on-year increase of

68.4%, with rapidly increased proportion of contribution to the Company's performance. TheCompany has recently begun working with its partners to launch a project of 100,000 tons of granularsilicon and silicon-based materials and a project of 10,000 tons of electronic grade polycrystallinesilicon, enabling the Company to coordinate industrial chain resources and secure the supply of majormaterials on the upstream.

Building long-term competitive advantages based on the technological innovation-driven

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business development. During the reporting period, the Company invested RMB5.25 billion in R&D,a year-on-year increase of 3.65%. The Company filed a total of 475 new international patentapplications under the PCT, for a total of 14,526 applications filed. The Company has increased R&Dinvestment in the semiconductor display business by focusing on new display technologies such asprinted OLED, QLED, and Micro-LED, and made breakthroughs in key technologies and materialssuch as flexible displays, near-to-eye displays, and basic chemicals. The Company's patentapplications for quantum dot electroluminescence technology and materials reached 2,033, rankingsecond in the world. The Company has developed a series of proprietary technologies and expertisewith independent intellectual property rights in the field of new energy photovoltaics andsemiconductor materials. The Company's market share of G12 large silicon wafers and high-efficiency N-type silicon wafers ranked first in the world, leading the upgrade of thin-wafer and thin-line process technology in the photovoltaic industry.Optimizing product and customer structures, growing market shares, and balanceddevelopment of overall business structure. In the semiconductor display sector, the first product ofthe high-end t9 production line has been launched and the expansion project for G6 LTPS has beenconstructed as planned, improving the balance of the Company's capacity layout. In the first half ofthis year, the Company's shipments of e-sports MNTs and LTPS tablets ranked first in the world, itsshipment of LTPS laptops ranked second in the world, and its shipment of LTPS vehicle screen rankedtop five in the world. Its product portfolio has been continuously optimized. The Company's totalcapacity of photovoltaic materials reached 109GW, and its market share of silicon wafers externalsales ranked first in the world. It is expected that the Company's crystal capacity will exceed 140GWby the end of 2022, becoming the largest manufacturer of photovoltaic monocrystalline silicon in theworld. The capacity scale and market share of the Company's imbricated modules have been steadilyimproved. The Company has further enhanced its global competitiveness by strengthening itssynergistic advantage with MAXEON. The Company continued to optimize its total solution forsemiconductor materials, doubling its year-on-year growth in the shipment of 8-12 inch polishedwafers and epitaxial wafers.Building a digital and industry 4.0 platform while pioneering cutting-edge intelligentmanufacturing technology. Through the deep integration of intelligence, digitization, and advancedmanufacturing in the semiconductor display business, the Company has driven the continuousimprovement of processes, greatly improved manufacturing efficiency, and realized the dynamicmanagement of the whole production process and the product lifecycle. The Company has adopted alean management model combined with industry 4.0 manufacturing in its new energy photovoltaicsbusiness, significantly increasing the flexible manufacturing capability and quality assurance. The

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Company's monthly output of single furnaces, number of wafers per kilogram, man-machine ratio,and other indicators have been continuously optimized. TCL Zhonghuan Yinchuan's phase 6 single-crystal plant has increased its man-machine ratio to 384 units per person in the crystal drawing process,realizing personnel efficiency far above the industry average.

Driving the entire value chain towards green and low-carbon development through apeople-oriented approach, and constantly exploring harmonious coexistence and sustainabledevelopment. Upholding a green development model, the Company has promoted the low-carbonprocess in both the production and consumption process. TCL CSOT and other major businessesimprove the utilization of clean energy by building photovoltaic power generation systems on plantroofs. New display technologies such as HVA, 1G1D, and LTPO can effectively reduce the powerconsumption of consumer products while improving image quality. TCL Zhonghuan has acceleratedthe production and manufacturing of new energy photovoltaic materials, strengthened the nationalindustrial layout with Inner Mongolia, Tianjin, and Jiangsu as manufacturing bases, and reduced theintegrated cost of global energy transformation through R&D and innovation.Looking forward, the increasing restructuring of the global economy will pose bothopportunities and challenges to the high-tech industry. The increasing competition in thesemiconductor display industry will optimize the industry layout in the long run and recover earnings.We will comprehensively consider the industrial chain layout and resource investment in new energyphotovoltaics to achieve more sustainable and stable development while choosing the opportunity toexpand related field layout based on our experience in semiconductor materials. We will continue toimplement the business strategy of “improving operating quality and profitability, consolidatingadvantages and improving disadvantages, accelerating global layout, and promoting innovation-driven development”, stick to the bottom line of extreme cost efficiency, and strengthen risk controlcapabilities and adaptability to drive high-quality development.

2. Operation of main businesses

Based on the semi-conductor display business, new energy photovoltaic and semi-conductormaterials as the main business, the Company continue to optimize its business structure, and furtherfocus on its main businesses, to achieve the strategic goal of global leadership in its two coreindustries.

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(I) Semiconductor display businessUnder the influence of international political conflicts and the COVID-19 pandemic, therecovery of the global economy has been slow, downstream consumer demand has remained sluggish,the semiconductor display industry fell at the bottom of the industry cycle, and the prices of majorproducts have significantly lowered compared to the same period of last year. During the reportingperiod, TCL CSOT achieved a total of sales area of 22.496 million square meters, a year-on-yearincrease of 26.4%, and achieved a revenue of RMB37.26 billion from the semiconductor displaybusiness, a year-on-year decrease of 8.81%, with a loss of RMB2.27 billion. In order to meet thesechallenges, the Company took adopted extreme cost-effectiveness as the bottom line of operationsand improved its business structure to enhance risk control and resilience capacity in this economiccycle.

In its large-size product business, TCL CSOT has consolidated its leading position in TVpanels with a high-end product strategy, and gradually increased its proportion of commercialdisplays such as interactive whiteboards, digital signs, and video walls. The t1, t2, t6, and t10plants maintained efficient operations, and the t7 plant has ramped up as scheduled. The Company'sTV panel market share ranked second in the world, 55-inch and 75-inch product market share rankedfirst in the world, 65-inch product market share ranked second in the world, and 8K and 120Hz high-end TV panel market share ranked first in the world by a firm margin. The Company has acceleratedthe adjustment of its product structure, with revenue from non-TV businesses rising to 25%,becoming the core supplier for leading customers in terms of commercial display markets such asinteractive whiteboards, digital signs, and TV walls. The Company's market share of interactivewhiteboards has risen to first in the world.In its medium-size product business, TCL CSOT has accelerated the expansion of newbusiness such as IT and vehicle screen products while improving the distribution of productioncapacity to create a new growth engine. In order to meet market and customer needs, the Companyimproved the ordering of its medium-sized product and customer structure based on the optimization

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of existing capacity, and achieved a rapid growth in high-end IT segments. The company's e-sportsdisplay market share ranked first in the world, LTPS laptop shipments ranked second in the world,and shipment of LTPS tablets ranked first in the world. The Company achieved breakthroughs inmultiple key vehicle screen customers, with both shipment volume and revenue scale increasingsignificantly. Revenue from t3 non-mobile products also increased by 56%. The t9 production line,which is positioned in the new business layout of medium-sized IT and vehicle-mounted products haslaunched its first product. The G6 LTPS production line constructed as planned. After commissioning,the overall capacity and competitiveness of LTPS will rank first in the world, making furtherbreakthroughs in the medium-sized business strategy of the Company.In its small-size product business, TCL CSOT focused on foldable and other technologieswhile expanding VR/AR new displays to optimize its product and customer structure. Theshipment volume of LTPS mobile panels from the t3 production line remained the fourth highest inthe world. The independently developed industry-leading 1512 PPI LCD-VR screens are expected toachieve SoP and shipment to brand customers in September. The t4 production line was still underpressure due higher R&D costs and fixed expenses for the scaling of capacity during the early stage.However, the development of new technologies and products such as foldable OLEDs, under-screencameras, LTPOs, and narrow bezels has progressed smoothly. This has acquired many brandcustomers, diversified the product portfolio and customer resources, and laid a foundation forsubsequent business enhancement.

In the long run, the growth of large-size display production capacity will decrease andfurther optimization of the competitive landscape will continue. The industry will accelerate itsrestructuring, old capacity will continue to be eliminated, and leading manufacturers will take theinitiative in cutting down on production. With gradually reducing capacity at the supply side and therecovery of demand, the industry is expected to rebound. TCL CSOT will further optimize its businessportfolio, increase the proportion of high-end large-size products, improve the product layout formedium-size products, improve the business situation for small-size products, and accelerate itstransformation from a leader in large-sized displays to a cutting-edge enterprise covering all displaysizes. The Company will pursue efficiency in its operations and continue to improve its comparativecompetitive advantages in the industry.(II) New energy photovoltaic and semiconductor materials businessDriven by the accelerated transformation of the global energy structure, demand in thephotovoltaics industry has experienced explosive growth. The demand for semiconductor materialshas also maintained rapid development as China has continued the independent development of itsdomestic semiconductor manufacturing industry. The new energy photovoltaics and

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semiconductor material industries have fully utilized their leading technological advantages,accelerated the construction of advanced production capacity, and are continuing to improveoperating efficiency, results in sharp growths in both revenue and performance. During thereporting period, TCL Zhonghuan achieved an operating revenue of RMB31.70 billion, a year-on-year increase of 79.7%, and earned a net profit of RMB3.225 billion, a year-on-year increase of 68.4%.

1. New energy photovoltaics business

Accelerating advanced capacity building, strengthening industrial collaboration, andrealizing rapid and high-quality business growth. During the reporting period, the capacity scaleand market share of TCL Zhonghuan in new energy photovoltaic materials grew rapidly, with capacityincreasing to 109GW and the advanced capacity maintaining a leading global position. Sales scaleincreased by 24% year-on-year, market share of G12 silicon wafers ranked first in the world, and themarket share of high-efficiency N-type monocrystalline silicon wafers ranked first in the world.Shingled PV modules with patent advantages have also achieved a rapid growth in productioncapacity. The production capacity of the G12 high-efficiency shingled PV module project in Jiangsuhas reached 8GW, while the production capacity of the G12 high-efficiency shingled PV moduleproject (Phase I) in Tianjin has reached 3GW. Based on the future design for the next generation ofdifferentiated battery technology, the Company has completed the construction of an automated andintelligently industry-leading G12 battery engineering demonstration line with an annual capacity of2GW. The Company has also strengthened its strategic cooperation with ecosystem partners andacquired the upstream core resources in advance to further consolidate its competitive advantages innon-silicon materials and manufacturing costs while enhancing its control in key links and valuenodes alongside the industrial chain.

Increasing the monthly production capacity per furnace, leading thin-wafer and thin-linetrends, and continuously improving the efficiency of the photovoltaics industry based on long-term technology accumulation and process optimization. During the reporting period, theCompany's monthly output of silicon rods per furnace increased by 19%, while the consumption rateof silicon materials per unit product decreased by 6% year on year. The Company continued to leadthe industry in the thin-line standards and achieved SoP of 150um p-type and 130um n-type productswith manufacturing efficiency significantly ahead of the industry. Relying on an industry 4.0intelligent manufacturing platform, the Company has established a flexible cooperation model withthe upstream and downstream to effectively meet the differentiated needs of customers for p-type andn-type batteries, and further improved the production and sales scale and product quality of theCompany's products.

2. Semiconductor materials business

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Semiconductor material business adopts the Total Solution, to significantly increasingproduction and sales by following a dual development route (characteristic technology andadvanced processes control), continuously improving product and customer structure. Drivenby the zone melting and direct-pulling process, the Company has engaged in intensive power + ICdevelopment. During the reporting period, the Company achieved full coverage of 8-inch and belowmainstream products, completed SoP of 12-inch products below 28nm, ensuring the provision of afull series solutions for global customers. The shipped area of polished wafer and epitaxial waferproducts increased by 76.2% year-on-year, of which the shipment of 8-inch and 12-inch productsincreased by 107% year-on-year. Operating revenue increased by 79.9% year-on-year, achieving aleading position in the Chinese market.

The Company will seize the opportunities of the development of the semiconductor industry andcontinue to diversity its product and customer structure to improve the scale of production capacity.By the end of this year, the Company expects to reach a production capacity of 900,000, 1,000,000,and 300,000 pieces per month for 6-inch, 8-inch, and 12-inch products respectively.

The Company will also continue to improve its layout in the new energy photovoltaics andsemiconductor industries, and constantly enhance industrial chain synergy and supply chain stability.The Company and its partners have recently jointly invested in the construction of a project with anannual output of around 100,000 tons of granular silicon and silicon-based materials, along with aproject with an annual output of 10,000 tons of electronic grade polycrystalline silicon. This willrealize the vertical expansion of the industrial chain and enhance the Company's leading position inthe new energy photovoltaics and semiconductor materials business. The Company also invested inXinxin Semiconductor, and jointly promoted resources in overseas markets to horizontally expand itsbusiness layout in semiconductor materials.

The company will continue to focus on the overall semiconductor strategy ofsemiconductor display, new energy photovoltaic and semiconductor materials,adopting theprinciple of “improving operating quality and profitability, consolidating advantages and improvingdisadvantages, accelerating global layout, and promoting innovation-driven development” toconstantly improve its core competitiveness, achieve high-quality development, and become aleading global high-tech industry group.II. Analysis of core competitiveness

In 2022, TCL upgraded its corporate culture and put forward a new mission of “leadingtechnology and mutually beneficial cooperation”. In the future, TCL will continue to strengthen itsinvestment in leading technology to create a better life for people, and build an open and mutuallybeneficial industry ecosystem with partners characterized by a people-oriented approach and

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cooperation. Now, the Company has developed a business structure based on semi-conductor displaydevices, new energy photovoltaic and semi-conductor materials. The Company, with a cleardevelopment path, efficient operation and distinct culture, and professional operation, is constantlyimproving its core competitiveness and abilities in sustainable development.Leading in scale: rapid growth of production capacity and improvement of value chainlayout

As a global leading enterprise in semiconductor display and a pioneer in independent lineconstruction in the domestic display field, the Company has brought the aggregation effect into fullplay through the centralized production line layout and continues to expand production capacitythrough endogenous growth and external acquisition; through the construction of two 8.5-gen lines,TCL CSOT has gained a firm foothold in the field of TV panels; subsequently, two 6-gen linessuccessfully introduce small-size panels, and the shipment has exceeded 10%; in recent years, throughthe investment and construction of two 11-gen lines and the acquisition of Suzhou Samsung Factoryt10 production line, we have further expanded our large-sized production capacity and kept a leadingposition for large-sized panels in the world; Last year, the Company invested in the construction oft9 production lines for high value-added IT, commercial display and other medium-sized products tospeed up full-size strategic layout. TCL Huaxing has actively extended the value chain and furtherenhanced its position and profitability by expanding the production capacity of internally developedmodules and acquiring the Moka Technology and Samsung module plants. The Company's corecompetitive advantage based on scale and supply chain synergy will be further strengthened, whileits industry position and comprehensive competitiveness will be further enhanced. The t9 productionline has launched its first product and is ready to be put into production, while the productionexpansion (t5) project of the 6-gen LTPS production line has progressed as planned. This will ensurethat the TCL CSOT's production line layout will be more balanced and the business structure will befurther optimized.

Leading in technology and ecology: Actively laying the groundwork for next-generationdisplay technologies and materials, building a first-mover advantage through ecologicalleadership

Relying on TCL CSOT, the Company accelerated the vertical layout of the industrial chain andcontinuously improved its upstream capacity for technological innovation. The Company, focusingon basic materials, next-generation display materials, key equipment in new techniques and otherfields for its ecological layout, has constructed a TCL ecosystem within the display field, so as toestablish its leading advantage based on next generation display technology, and its high-tech valuecontinues to be enhanced.

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The "National Printing and Flexible Display Innovation Center" of Guangdong Juhua underthe Company, is the only national innovation center in the display field within China, and has built aglobal leading public platform for G4.5 printed display R&D, integrating industrial chain resourcesfrom all links including materials, techniques, processes and application verification. In addition, theCompany will continue to invest in Micro-LED display technology, so as to promote the Company'secological layout in this field from materials, techniques, equipment, and production line solutions toindependent intellectual property, and develop a process flow solution for Micro-LED commercialSoP.Leading in management: adopting extreme cost efficiency across the cycle with relativecompetitivenessWhile establishing market scale, technology, and ecosystems advantages, the Company has alsotaken the lead in efficiency and benefit indicators. Since beginning operations in 2011, TCL CSOThas weathered several rounds of sharp fluctuation cycles in the display industry with extreme costefficiency and lean management.Through the synergistic effect of centralized factories, the Company gives full play to theefficiency of its production line layout and capacity increase, further improving the activation andproduct scheduling efficiency with advantages in industrial chain integration and locking in strategiccustomers, promoting end-to-end cost and expense control through refined management and extremeefficiency cost measures, so as to build its relative competitiveness in the industry. Despite the severeindustry situation in 2022, TCL CSOT will continue to improve efficiency and effectivenessindicators across the cycle of industry development.New strategic growth engine: seizing development opportunities in conjunction with therapid development of semiconductors and photovoltaics

Relying on the Company's long-term management expertise in technology- intensive, capital-intensive, and long-term industries, TCL Zhonghuan developed its business rapidly throughinstitutional reform, optimizing capital structure, stimulating organizational vitality, and releasinggrowth potential. Both operating revenue and profits have grown significantly

In the first half of 2022, the Company implemented a series of strategic operation measures suchas industry coordination, operation efficiency optimization, and management experienceempowerment. TCL Zhonghuan gradually enhanced its abilities in strategy, operation, and resourceallocation. Driven by the factors of high industry prosperity and rapid expansion of productioncapacity, TCL Zhonghuan has further consolidated its leading position in the industry, realized high-quality and rapid growth performance, and gradually grown into one of the main engines forperformance growth of TCL Technology. With an inexhaustible source of development power, the

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two tracks converge to make the Company a leader in the development of the global science andtechnology industry.

Upgrading of organizational culture: The mission of “leading technology and mutuallybeneficial cooperation” drives the Company into a new development stageAt the beginning of 2022, the Company put forward the mission of “leading technology andmutually beneficial cooperation” in the new period. Guided by this mission, the Company iscommitted to creating an organizational culture of "reform, innovation, responsibility, andexcellence”, and continues to deepen its team building and the construction of a corporate culture.TCL Technology will continue to invest in fields closely related to human life (such as intelligence,health, carbon reduction, and energy saving), and build its leading advantages in technology andproducts to deliver a wonderful experience and better life to people. We will uphold the concept ofsustainable development based on a people-oriented approach, while promoting mutually beneficialdevelopment. We are dedicated to the environmental friendliness, employee engagement, social trust,as well as the harmonious development between humanity, nature, and society. We will also workwith stakeholders to build an open and mutually beneficial industry ecosystem and value healthycompetition and integrated development on a basis of open cooperation and mutually beneficialdevelopment with partners.III. Core Business Analysis

OverviewWhether it is the same as the disclosure of the main business of the Company during the reporting period

√ Yes □ No

See relevant contents in “I. Main businesses of the Company during the reporting period”.Year-on-year changes in key financial data:

Unit: RMB

H1 2022H1 2021Change (%)Reason for change
Revenue84,522,181,12874,405,849,03913.60%
Cost of sales76,522,943,51958,068,971,00431.78%Primarily due to the increase in the scale of TCL Zhonghuan's operating revenue
Selling expenses1,053,369,277901,175,67616.89%
Administrative expenses1,716,379,3752,023,367,685-15.17%
Financial expenses1,720,157,2521,818,982,875-5.43%
Income tax expense-88,397,5441,416,496,913-106.24%Primarily due to the decrease in tax payments as the semiconductor display business affected by the industry cycle
R&D investments5,252,157,3875,067,168,1303.65%

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Net cash generated from operating activities9,016,635,74313,895,714,157-35.11%Primarily due to the decrease in operating cash flows as the semiconductor display business affected by the industry cycle
Net cash used in investing activities-17,613,551,791-20,963,137,28615.98%
Net cash generated from financing activities9,930,162,07413,396,966,630-25.88%
Net increase in cash and cash equivalents1,594,616,5646,285,295,538-74.63%Primarily due to the year-on-year decrease in operating cash flows and financing cash flows

Significant changes to the profit structure or sources of the Company during the Reporting Period:

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

No significant changes to the profit structure or sources of the Company during the Reporting Period.Breakdown of revenue:

Unit: RMB

H1 2022H1 2021Change (%)
AmountAs % of total revenue (%)AmountAs % of total revenue (%)
Total84,522,181,128100%74,405,849,039100%13.60%
By operating division
Semi-conductor display37,262,161,64644.09%40,863,496,89754.92%-8.81%
New energy photovoltaic31,698,336,74137.50%17,644,418,98623.71%79.65%
Distribution business14,728,215,43217.43%14,450,787,00119.42%1.92%
Other businesses and internally offset accounts833,467,3090.98%1,447,146,1551.95%-42.41%
By product category
Semi-conductor display devices37,262,161,64644.09%40,863,496,89754.92%-8.81%
New energy photovoltaic & semi-conductor materials31,698,336,74137.50%17,644,418,98623.71%79.65%
Distribution of electronics14,728,215,43217.43%14,450,787,00119.42%1.92%
Other businesses and833,467,3090.98%1,447,146,1551.95%-42.41%

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internally offset accounts
By operating segment
Mainland China57,379,449,51867.89%48,121,871,53064.67%19.24%
Overseas (including Hong Kong)27,142,731,61032.11%26,283,977,50935.33%3.27%

Operating division, product category or region contributing over 10% of revenue or operating profit

√ Applicable □ Not applicable

Unit: RMB

RevenueCost of salesGross profit marginChange in revenue (%)Change in cost of sales (%)Change in gross profit margin (%)
By operating division
Semi-conductor display37,262,161,64635,813,110,1343.89%-8.81%23.66%-25.24%
New energy photovoltaic31,698,336,74126,089,723,84517.69%79.65%86.33%-2.95%
Distribution business14,728,215,43214,126,968,9654.08%1.92%0.98%0.89%
By product category
Semi-conductor display devices37,262,161,64635,813,110,1343.89%-8.81%23.66%-25.24%
New energy photovoltaic & semi-conductor materials31,698,336,74126,089,723,84517.69%79.65%86.33%-2.95%
Distribution of electronics14,728,215,43214,126,968,9654.08%1.92%0.98%0.89%
By operating segment
Mainland China57,379,449,51851,272,091,91910.64%19.24%27.65%-5.89%
Overseas (including Hong Kong)27,142,731,61025,250,851,6006.97%3.27%41.04%-24.92%

Core business data in the recent term restated according to the changed methods of measurement that occurred in the Reporting Period

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

IV. Analysis of Non-Core Businesses

√ Applicable □ Not applicable

Unit: RMB

AmountAs % of gross profitSourceSustainability
Asset impairment1,010,286,54754.96%Primarily due to falling price of inventory write-offs in line with marketNo

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Non-operating income596,539,61832.45%Primarily government grants and othersNo
Non-operating expense52,391,5462.85%Not applicableNo

V. Analysis of Assets and Liabilities

1. Significant Changes in Asset Composition

Unit: RMB

End of the Reporting PeriodDecember 31, 2021Change in percentage (%)Notes on significant changes
AmountProportion of total assets RatioAmountAs % of total assets
Monetary assets33,795,516,75110.23%31,393,692,48510.16%0.07%No significant change
Accounts receivable19,085,232,9245.78%18,238,782,2475.90%-0.12%No significant change
Contract assets275,287,8000.08%233,528,7860.08%0.00%No significant change
Inventories14,025,004,1314.25%14,083,356,9184.56%-0.31%No significant change
Investment property793,033,4850.24%761,902,2360.25%-0.01%No significant change
Long-term equity investments26,665,070,3508.07%25,640,578,2458.30%-0.23%No significant change
Fixed assets116,788,925,37635.35%113,723,758,87636.81%-1.46%No significant change
Construction in progress43,418,950,15413.14%37,029,504,22211.98%1.16%No significant change
Right-of-use assets2,094,665,3490.63%2,426,911,2080.79%-0.16%No significant change
Short-term borrowings14,811,740,4954.48%9,341,426,5433.02%1.46%Optimization of the debt structure
Contract liabilities4,367,690,5851.32%2,593,882,0040.84%0.48%No significant change
Long-term borrowings96,482,487,82829.21%87,279,081,95528.25%0.96%Increase in financings
Lease liabilities1,156,827,0730.35%1,102,071,8130.36%-0.01%No significant change

2. Major Assets Overseas

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

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3. Assets and Liabilities at Fair Value

√ Applicable □ Not applicable

Unit: RMB

ItemBeginning amountGain/loss on fair-value changes in the Reporting PeriodCumulative fair-value changes recorded in equityImpairment allowances established in the Reporting PeriodAmount purchased in the Reporting Period AmountAmount sold in the Reporting PeriodOther changesEnding amount
Financial assets
1. Held-for-trading financial assets (excluding derivative financial assets)10,305,293,789-139,785,39006,366,157,7726,428,042,15710,103,624,014
2. Derivative financial assets70,928,566-1,176,11657,779,395360,895,990488,427,835
3. Receivables financing2,217,638,7366,210,1412,223,848,877
4. Investments in other equity instruments927,319,447-9,967,3515,640,0001,356,5005,899,966927,535,562
Subtotal of financial assets13,521,180,538-140,961,50647,812,0446,371,797,7726,429,398,657373,006,09713,743,436,288
Financial liabilities947,240,307-255,456,349216,143,5831,456,380,4691,385,671,352442,164,0571,420,800,715

Significant changes to the measurement attributes of the major assets in the Reporting Period:

□ Yes √ No

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4. Restricted Asset Rights as at the Period-End

Restricted assetsCarrying amount (RMB’0,000)Reason for restriction
Monetary assets43,209Deposited in the central bank as the required reserve
Monetary assets168,711Other restricted monetary assets
Notes receivable27,856Pledge
Fixed assets8,603,286As collateral for loan
Intangible assets318,405As collateral for loan
Held-for-trading financial assets3,473Put in pledge for loan
Right-of-use assets2,826As collateral for lease
Accounts receivable101,812Pledge
Contract assets15,038Pledge
Total9,284,615--

VI. Investments Made

1. Total Investment Amount

√ Applicable □ Not applicable

Total investment amount in the Reporting Period (RMB)Total investment amount in the same period of last year (RMB)Change (%)
21,824,233,38518,214,544,74319.82%

2. Major Equity Investments Made in the Reporting Period

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

3. Major Non-Equity Investments Ongoing in the Reporting Period

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

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4. Financial Investments

(1) Securities Investments

√ Applicable □ Not applicable

Unit: RMB'0,000

Security typeSecurities codeSecurities AbbreviationInitial investment costMeasurement methodBeginning carrying amountGain/loss on fair-value changes in the Reporting PeriodCumulative fair-value changes recorded in equityPurchased in the Reporting PeriodAmount sold in the Reporting PeriodThe “Reporting Period”, “current period” Profit and lossEnding carrying amountAccounting titleFunding source
Stocks300842.SZDK Electronic Materials, Inc.2,430Fair value48,644-5,972000-5,97242,672Other non-current financial assetsSelf-funded
Stocks688728.SHGalaxycore Inc.4,284Fair value19,692-615000-61519,077Other non-current financial assetsSelf-funded
Stocks0860.HKWesolutions Inc.18,926Fair value10,1310-2,1240008,008Investments in other equity instrumentsSelf-funded
BondsUSG9328DAM23VEDANTA RESOURCES LTD7,757Fair value9,341-13301,1982,8812587,960Held-for-trading financial assetsSelf-funded
BondsUSY39690AA30INDIKA ENERGY CAPITAL IV2,788Fair value--20407,3432,342-164,949Held-for-trading financial assetsSelf-funded
BondsUSG61759AA70MN MINING/ENERGY RESOURC3,391Fair value4,321-95601,0940-6554,691Held-for-trading financial assetsSelf-funded
BondsXS2082380515ANTON OILFIELD SERV GRP/6,645Fair value4,794-2960498631-1014,605Held-for-trading financial assetsSelf-funded
BondsXS0240295575REPUBLIC OF IRAQ3,254Fair value4,221-488000-263,939Held-for-tradingSelf-funded

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financial assets
BondsXS2335327388EHI CAR SERVICES LTD5,396Fair value7,742-1,718002,622-2,1163,673Held-for-trading financial assetsSelf-funded
BondsXS2205566206VLL INTERNATIONAL INC3,691Fair value3,434-137000-193,473Held-for-trading financial assetsSelf-funded
Other securities investments held at the period-end406,113--155,576-7,04132193,520264,643-11,48472,478----
Total464,676--267,895-17,559-2,092203,653273,118-20,746175,524----
Disclosure date of the board announcement approving the securities investmentsApril 28, 2022
Disclosure date of the general meeting announcement approving the securities investments (if any)May 20, 2022

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(2) Investments in Derivative Financial Instruments

√ Applicable □ Not applicable

Unit: RMB'0,000

Funding sourceMostly foreign-currency revenue
Legal matters involved (if applicable)Not applicable
Disclosure date of the board announcement approving the derivative investments (if any)April 28, 2018
Disclosure date of the general meeting announcement approving the derivative investments (if any)Not applicable
Analysis of risks and control measures associated with derivative investments held in Reporting Period (including but not limited to market risk, liquidity risk, credit risk, operational risk, legal risk, etc.)In order to effectively manage the exchange and interest rate risks of foreign currency assets, liabilities and cash flows, the Company, after fully analyzing the market trend and predicting the operation (including orders and capital plans), adopts forward foreign exchange contracts, options and interest rate swaps to avoid future exchange rate and interest rate risks. As its business scale changes subsequently, the Company will adjust the exchange rate risk management strategy according to the actual market conditions and business plans. Risk analysis: 1. Market risk: the financial derivatives business carried out by the Group belongs to hedging and trading business related to main business operations, and there is a market risk of loss due to the fluctuation of underlying interest and exchange rates, which lead to the fluctuation of prices of financial derivatives; 2. Liquidity risk: the derivatives business carried out by the Group is an over-the-counter transaction operated by a financial institution, and there is a risk of loss due to paying fees to the bank for liquidating or selling the derivatives below the buying prices; 3. Performance risk: the Group conducts the derivative business based on rolling budgets for risk management, and there is a risk of performance failure due to deviation between the actual operating results and budgets; 4. Other risks: in the case of specific business operations, if the operator fails to finish the prescribed procedures for report or approval, or fails to record the financial derivative business information accurately, promptly and completely, it may result in loss of derivative business or trading opportunities. Moreover, if the trading operator fails to fully understand the terms of transaction contracts or product information, the Group will face the legal risks and transaction losses therefrom. Measures taken for risk control: 1. Basic management principles: the Group strictly follows the hedging principle mainly for the purposes of fixing costs and avoiding risks. It is required that the financial derivatives business to be carried out align with the variety, size, direction and duration of spot goods, and no speculative trading should be involved. In the selection of hedging instruments, only simple financial derivatives that are closely related to the main business operation and meet the requirements of hedge accounting treatment should be selected, and complex business beyond the prescribed business scope or difficult to recognize in terms of risk and pricing shall be avoided; 2. The Group has formulated a special risk management system tailored to the risk characteristics of the financial derivatives business, covering all key aspects such as preemptive prevention, in-process monitoring and post-processing. It reasonably allocates professionals for investment decision-making, business operation and risk control as required; Personnel involved in investment are required to fully understand the risks of financial derivatives investment and strictly implement the business operation and risk management system of derivatives. Before starting the derivatives business, the holding company must submit to the competent department of the Group detailed business reports including its internal approval, main product terms, operational necessity, preparations, risk analysis, risk management strategy, fair value analysis and accounting methods, and special summary reports on business operated. Operation is only allowed upon the approval of the functions under the Group; 3. Relevant departments should track the changes in the open market price or fair value of financial derivatives, timely assess the risk exposure changes of invested financial derivatives, and make reports to the board of directors on business development; 4. When the combined fair value impairment of the Company's traded derivatives and the changes in the value of assets (if any) used for risk hedging results in a total loss or floating loss amount to reach 10% of the Company's audited net profit attributable to the shareholders of the listed company in the latest year and the absolute amount exceeds RMB10 million, the Company shall disclose it in a timely manner.
Changes in market prices or fair value of derivative investments inWith the rapid expansion of overseas sales, the Company keeps following the above rules in the operation of forward foreign exchange contracts, interest rate swap contracts and futures

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Reporting Period (fair value analysis should include measurement method and related assumptions and parameters)contracts to avoid and hedge foreign exchange risks arising from operation and financing. The profit and loss during the reporting period was RMB69.09 million. The fair value of derivatives is determined by real-time quoted price of the foreign exchange market, based on the difference between the contractual price and the forward exchange rate quoted immediately in the foreign exchange market on the balance sheet date.
Major changes in accounting policies and specific accounting principles adopted for derivative investments in Reporting Period compared to last reporting periodNo significant change
Opinion of independent directors on derivative investments and risk controlIn view of the fact that certain raw materials of the core business of the Company are purchased overseas, a wide range of settlement currencies is involved. The Company reduces exchange losses and locks transaction costs by reasonable financial derivatives, which helps to reduce risk control costs and improve company competitiveness. Risks are effectively controlled as the Company has taken series of measures such as conducting a rigorous internal evaluation for the operation of financial derivatives business, establishing a corresponding regulatory mechanism, formulating reasonable accounting policies and specific accounting principles, setting limits for risk exposure management, and operating simple financial derivatives. The contracting agent for financial derivatives business of the Company is a sound financial agent with good credit standing. We are of the opinion that the financial derivatives transactions carried out by the Company in the first half of 2022 were closely related to the daily operation needs of the Company with controllable risks in line with the interests of the Company and minority shareholders and the relevant provisions of relevant laws and regulations.

Unit: RMB'0,000

Type of contractBeginning amountEnding amountGain/loss in Reporting PeriodEnding contractual amount as % of the Company’s ending net assets
Contractual amountActual amountContractual amountActual amountContractual amountActual amount
1. Forward forex contracts1,736,17561,4062,242,21182,2616,90918.820.69
2. Interest rate swaps415,69612,471353,69113,1272.970.11
Total2,151,87173,8772,595,90195,3886,90921.790.8

5. Use of Funds Raised

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

The Company did not use the funds raised during the Reporting Period.

VII. Sale of Major Assets and Equity Investments

1. Sale of Major Assets

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

No such cases in the Reporting Period.

2. Sale of Major Equity Investments

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

VIII. Principal Subsidiaries and Joint Stock Companies

√ Applicable □ Not applicable

Principal subsidiaries and joint stock companies with an over 10% effect on the Company’s net profit:

Unit: RMB'0,000

Company NameCompany type Type of changePrincipal activityRegistered capitalTotal assetsNet assetsRevenueOperating profitNet profit
TCL China Star Optoelectronics TechnologySubsidiarySemi-conductor displayRMB30.468 billion21,866,7687,551,7173,242,988-317,069-263,195

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Co., Ltd.
TCL Zhonghuan New Energy Technology Co., Ltd.SubsidiaryNew energy photovoltaic & semi-conductor materialsRMB3.232 billion8,871,4834,480,9073,169,834349,581322,490
Highly Information Industry Co., Ltd.SubsidiaryDistribution businessRMB0.412 billion822,883133,7171,472,82216,68011,826

Acquisition and disposal of subsidiaries in the reporting period

√ Applicable □ Not applicable

Company NameHow subsidiary was obtained or disposed of in the Reporting PeriodEffects on overall operations and operating performance
Zhonghuan Advanced Semiconductor (Tianjin) Co., Ltd.Newly incorporatedNo significant effect
Huanou (Wuxi) New Energy Materials Co., Ltd.Newly incorporatedNo significant effect
Huaian Municipal Huanxin New Energy Co., Ltd.Newly incorporatedNo significant effect
Lingwu Huanju New Energy Co., Ltd.Newly incorporatedNo significant effect
Inner Mongolia Zhonghuan Electronic Materials Co., Ltd.Newly incorporatedNo significant effect
Tianjin Zhonghuan Industrial Park Co., Ltd.Newly incorporatedNo significant effect
Tianjin Huanrui Technology Co., Ltd.Newly incorporatedNo significant effect
Shaanxi Huanyu Green New Energy Co., Ltd.Newly incorporatedNo significant effect
Shaanxi Huanshuo Green New Energy Co., Ltd.Newly incorporatedNo significant effect
Xi'an Shangpai Technology Co., Ltd.Newly incorporatedNo significant effect
Tongliao Guangdong New Energy Co., Ltd.De-registeredNo significant effect

Description of Principal Subsidiaries and Joint Stock CompaniesAffected by the panel industry cycle, TCL CSOT, a subsidiary of the Company, experienced a significant year-on-year decline in itsperformance. For details, please refer to "Section III Management Discussion and Analysis".

IX. Structured Bodies Controlled by the Company

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

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X. Risks Facing the Company and Countermeasures

1. Risk of Macroeconomic Fluctuations

In recent years, changes to the global trade, technology, and financial environment haveimpacted the development of China's economy and enterprises, as well as the global economy. TheRussia-Ukraine war has raised the risk of a split in the global economy, which may lead to multiplegeopolitical groups with different technical standards, cross-border payment systems, and reservecurrencies. The macroeconomic situation of both China and the world has grown increasinglyuncertain as a result of a series of unfavorable factors, such as the Russia-Ukraine war, the COVID-19 pandemic, the slowdown of global economy, and intensified inflation.

In this context, the Company will continue to carry out conduct in-depth research onmacroeconomic trends and their impact. Based on China’s idea of a new “development pattern inwhich domestic economic cycle plays a leading role while international economic cycle remains itsextension and supplement”, the Company will keep focusing on the professional operation strategiesfor the main business, endeavor to consolidate advantages and improve disadvantages, improveabilities, and catch up. The Company will drive the rapid development of its new energy andsemiconductor business to minimize the negative impact of macroeconomic factors on the basis ofmaintaining the global leading advantages of TCL CSOT's balanced market development, optimizedproduct portfolio, and rich customer structure.

2. Risk of Industry Climate Fluctuations

Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the Russia-Ukraine war, the recovery ofglobal consumption demand has remained sluggish. The impact has been further transmitted to theupstream, which has had a significant impact on panel demand and shipments. The panel industry isin a downward cycle, and the development of the panel industry will remain stagnant.

The Company will analyse in depth the trends of changes in industry supply and demandrelations, predict production capacity allocation in advance, and increase R&D investment so as tocreate high barriers to competition and broaden the business moat through the continuousimprovement of products’ technological content and added value as well as the constant expansion ofthe Company’s scale and benefit advantages. The Company will also increase its investments in newenergy photovoltaics and semiconductors to effectively reduce the impact of economic fluctuationsin the panel industry and further consolidate its leading position.

3. Risks Caused by Changes in Consumer Demand

The application scenarios of end consumers are also changing. For example, the agingpopulation continues to grow worldwide, and the needs of the elderly for the differentiated scenariosof smart products are getting more attention. Under the consensus of "carbon neutrality", a new

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demand trend for low-carbon concepts such as paperless and recyclable electronic products has beenshaped. If the Company cannot keep creating new products in line with the demand of downstreamapplications, its business growth may also be hindered.

The Company will continue to focus on the needs of the industry and end customers, conductin-depth research on mainstream customers in the industry, continuously increase R&D investment,and use product technology innovation as the core driving force to optimize business structures andenhance product competitiveness. Based on more thorough research and analysis of market segments,the Company will explore more emerging fields, actively make arrangements regarding emergingmarket segments, and develop new driving forces for growth.

4. Intellectual Property Risks

Competition has become increasingly fierce in the semiconductor display and materials industry.As the Company keeps expanding its business scale and technological layout, patent disputes mayarise from time to time, and intellectual property risks become increasingly obvious.

The Company will continue to maintain high-intensity R&D investment, continuously enhancethe professional capabilities of the core technical team, and continuously improve the patent layoutof key technologies and products through the model of “independent research + cooperative R&D.The Company also will keep perfecting the intellectual property management and protectionmechanism, and strengthen risk-involved patent investigation, enhance patent risk early warning,reduce risk-involved patent threats, and comprehensively mitigate intellectual property risks throughstrategic cooperation with external professional institutions on intellectual property.

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Part IV Corporate Governance

I. Annual and Extraordinary General Meetings Convened during the Reporting Period

1. General Meetings Convened during the Reporting Period

MeetingTypeInvestor participation ratioDate of the meetingDate of disclosureResolutions of the meeting
The First Extraordinary General Meeting of 2022Extraordinary general meeting22.26%April 29, 2022April 30, 2022All proposals were adopted. Please refer to the Notice on the 1st Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders in 2022 disclosed on www.cninfo.com.cn on April 30, 2022 (Notice No.: 2022-045)
The 2021 Annual General MeetingAnnual general meeting22.12%May 19, 2022May 20, 2022All proposals were adopted. Please refer to the Notice on Resolutions of General Meeting of Shareholders in 2021 disclosed on www.cninfo.com.cn on May 20, 2022 (Notice No.: 2022-051)

Note: The above investor participation ratio is the share proportions of investors who attended the meeting to the Company’s totalshares (excluding the treasury shares that have been repurchased).

2. Extraordinary General Meetings Convened at the Request of Preference Shareholders with ResumedVoting Rights

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

II. Change of Directors, Supervisors and Senior Management

√ Applicable □ Not applicable

NameOffice titleType of changeDate of changeReason for change
Liu KunNon-executive DirectorFormerApril 12, 2022Resigned as a non-executive director of the Company due to job adjustment
Lin FengNon-executive DirectorElectedApril 29, 2022Nominated by Wuhan Optics Valley Industrial Investment Co., Ltd., a shareholder with an >3% stake in the Company

III. Interim Dividend Plan

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

The Company has no interim dividend plan, either in the form of cash or stock.

IV. Equity Incentive Plans, Employee Stock Ownership Plans or Other Incentive Measures forEmployees

√ Applicable □ Not applicable

1. Equity Incentives

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

2. Implementation of Employee Stock Ownership Plan

√ Applicable □ Not applicable

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All the valid employee stock ownership plans during the Reporting Period

NameScope of employeesNumber of employeesTotal amount of shares heldChangesProportion to total share capital of listed companiesFunding source for implementing the plan
The Third Global Partner PlanThe Company's middle and senior management and outstanding key staff1,80043,859,649 sharesNot applicable0.31%The Company's special incentive fund for 2020
2021-2023 Employee Stock Ownership Plan (Phase I)The Company's middle and senior management and outstanding key staff3,600113,143,154 sharesNot applicable0.81%The Company's special incentive fund for 2021

Shareholdings of Directors, Supervisors and Senior Management under the Employee Stock Ownership Plan during the ReportingPeriod

NameOffice titleBeginning amount in the Reporting PeriodEnding amount in the Reporting PeriodProportion to total share capital of listed companies
Li DongshengChairman of the Board and CEO24,656,600 shares22,729,900 shares0.16%
Du JuanDirector
Jin XuzhiDirector, Senior Vice President
Liao QianDirector, Board Secretary and Senior Vice President
Wang ChengCOO
Li JianCFO
Yan XiaolinSenior Vice President, CTO
Mao TianxiangEmployee Supervisor

Changes of asset management institutions during the Reporting Period

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

Changes of equity caused by the holder’s disposal share during the Reporting Period

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

3. Other Employee Incentives

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

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Part V Environmental and Social Responsibility

I. Major Environmental IssuesWhether the listed company and its subsidiaries are major polluters announced by the environmental protection department

√ Yes □ No

Name of the Company or subsidiaryMajor pollutantsWay of dischargeNumber of discharge outletsDistribution of discharge outletsDischarge concentration (mg/L)Governing discharge standards (mg/L)Total discharge (metric ton)Approved total discharge (metric tons/year)Excessive discharge
Shenzhen China Star Optoelectronics Semiconductor Display Technology Co., Ltd.CODIntermittently discharged to Guangming Sewage Plant1Southeast corner of the plant70mg/L110mg/L306.6t/Not applicable
Ammonia nitrogen4mg/L30mg/L17.52t/Not applicable
COD1Beside the East No.2 gate of the plant70/L110mg/L255.5t/Not applicable
Ammonia nitrogen5mg/L30mg/L18.25t/Not applicable
Wuhan China Star Optoelectronics Technology Co., Ltd.CODIntermittently discharged1Southwestern corner of the plant40 mg/L400 mg/L128.83t353.55tNot applicable
Ammonia nitrogenIntermittently discharged1Southwestern corner of the plant2.4 mg/L30 mg/L12.88t35.36tNot applicable
Wuhan China Star Optoelectronics Semiconductor Display Technology Co., Ltd.CODIntermittently discharged1Northeastern corner of the plant33 mg/L400 mg/L121.74t570.8tNot applicable
Ammonia nitrogenIntermittently discharged1Northeastern corner of the plant2.8 mg/L30 mg/L12.17t57.1tNot applicable
TianJin Zhonghuan Advanced Material&Technology Co., Ltd.Wastewater: COD, ammonia nitrogen, other characteristic pollutants (total nitrogen, total phosphorus, pH value, suspended matter, BOD5, flow, fluoride, petroleum)Organized1General discharge outletAs per emission standardDB12/356-2018 Comprehensive Sewage Discharge StandardNot exceedingStandardNot applicable
Tianjin Huan'Ou Semiconductor Material&Technology Co.,Wastewater: COD, ammonia nitrogen, other characteristicOrganized1General discharge outletAs per emission standardDB12/356-2018 Comprehensive Sewage Discharge StandardNot exceedingStandardNot applicable

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Ltd.pollutants (total nitrogen, total phosphorus, pH value, suspended matter, BOD5, flow, fluoride, petroleum)
Inner Mongolia Zhonghuan Solar Material Co., Ltd.Waste gas: Particulate matter, nitrogen oxides, VOCs, fluoride Wastewater: COD, ammonia nitrogen, other characteristic pollutants (total phosphorus, pH, suspended matter, BOD5, fluoride)Organized, unorganizedMultipleGeneral discharge outlet, plant area, and roof of production workshopAs per emission standardGB16297-1996 Comprehensive Air Pollutant Emission Standard, GB8978-1996 Comprehensive Sewage Discharge StandardNot exceedingStandardNot applicable
Zhonghuan Advanced Semiconductor Materials Co., Ltd.Wastewater: COD, ammonia nitrogen, other characteristic pollutants (fluoride, total nitrogen, total phosphorus, suspended matter, pH, BOD5)Organized1General discharge outletAs per emission standardGB/T 31962 Water Quality Standard for Sewage Discharged into Urban Sewers GB8978-1996 Comprehensive Sewage Discharge StandardNot exceedingStandardNot applicable
Huansheng Solar (Jiangsu) Co., Ltd.Wastewater: COD, ammonia nitrogen, other characteristic pollutants (fluoride, total nitrogen, total phosphorus, suspended matter, pH)Organized1General discharge outletDischarged according to the standardGB 30484-2013 Discharge Standard for Battery Industry PollutantsNot exceedingStandardNot applicable
WuxiWastewater:Organized1GeneralDischargedGB 30484-NotStandardNot

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Zhonghuan Applied Materials Co., Ltd.COD, ammonia nitrogen, other characteristic pollutants (total nitrogen, total phosphorus, suspended matter, pH)discharge outletaccording to the standard2013 Discharge Standard for Battery Industry Pollutantsexceedingapplicable

Construction and operation of facilities for preventing pollution:

During the Reporting Period, an advanced sewage management system was established by the Company and its subsidiaries, andregular monitoring and supervision and inspection mechanisms were adopted to ensure the waste water, waste gas, solid waste andfactory noises generated during the operation were emitted and treated according to national and local laws and regulations.The Company’s waste water includes domestic waste water and industrial waste water, of which domestic waste water isdischarged into the local municipal sewage treatment pipe network after being pre-treated with oil separation and septic treatment;industrial waste water enters different treatment systems according to its characteristics, and is discharged after physical, chemical andbiochemical treatment.The air pollutants produced by the Company are mainly process waste gas in the production process. For different types of wastegases, the Company has constructed corresponding waste gas treatment systems, such as a waste gas stripping system, acidic waste gastreatment system, alkaline waste gas treatment system, organic waste gas treatment system, waste gas treatment system for waste watertreatment station, etc. for the collection of waste gases through pipelines to the corresponding waste gas treatment system, where wastegases are discharged at a high altitude after meeting relative standards. The concentration and total amount of waste water and exhaustgas discharged meet the relevant national and local standards.The solid wastes generated by the Company include general waste, hazardous waste and domestic garbage, of which, hazardouswastes are treated by an entrusted qualified hazardous waste disposal agency according to the regulations; general wastes are recycledand disposed of by a resource recycling manufacturer after being classified in the plant area; domestic garbage is handed over by theproperty company to a domestic garbage landfill for sanitary landfill. All of the above disposals have been carried out according tolaws and regulations.

The factory noises generated by the Company come from the mechanical noises of production and power equipment, includingrefrigerators, cooling towers, air compressors, fans, various pumps, etc. The Company reduces the impact of noise on the surroundingenvironment by the use of low-noise equipment, vibration reduction, noise reduction, etc., and noise reduction measures such as soundinsulation and sound absorption in the factories and equipment rooms. The monitoring results show that the Company's factory noiseemissions can stably reach the standards.Environmental Impact Assessment on Construction Projects and Other Environmental Protection Administrative Licenses

The Company complies with the laws and regulations of environmental impact assessment on construction projects and otherenvironmental protection administrative licenses, and promptly reports the operation situation to the provincial and municipalenvironmental protection regulatory authorities.Emergency Response Plan for Environmental Incidents

The Company has prepared an environmental emergency response plan, which has been filed with the local environmentalprotection administration in accordance with relevant government laws and regulations, and has set up an environmental incidentemergency organization led by the senior management. In addition, regularly staff training and emergency drills are delivered foraccurately and promptly responding to environmental incidents according to the plan.Environmental Self-Monitoring Program

The Company has formulated an environmental self-monitoring program in accordance with government regulations, andmonitors the discharge of pollutants by automatic monitoring or manual monitoring performed by a qualified third-party agency. Themonitoring plans and annual monitoring reports can be checked on the key environmental monitoring information platform managed

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by local environmental authorities or subsidiary websites.Administrative punishments received with respect to environmental issues in the Reporting Period:

Name of the Company or subsidiaryReasons for punishmentViolationsPunishment resultsEffects on the production and operation of listed companiesRectification measures of the Company
Not applicableNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableNot applicable

Other environment-related information that should be disclosed

TCL Technology discloses the content of environmental information through its annual ESG report.Measures taken to reduce its carbon emissions and their effects during the Reporting Period

√ Applicable □ Not applicable

To meet the challenges of global climate change and actively respond to the national requirements of “peak carbon” and “carbonneutrality” (the “dual carbon” goals), TCL Technology firmly adopts to the green development path and is committed to achievinggreen operation, energy saving and, emission reduction in all aspects of the Company's operation. TCL Technology has effectivelyreduced the carbon emissions for its business by continuously improving the energy management system, increasing the utilization ofrenewable energies, building a green supply chain, and enhancing employees' low carbon awareness. TCL Technology actively expandsits green industry, and has been developing its photovoltaic new energy industry through TCL Zhonghuan in response to climate change.

In the first half of 2022, Wuhan CSOT conducted carbon calculations by employing a professional third-party agency, identifiedits carbon emissions, pushed the ISO 14064 certification of greenhouse gases, formulated the Company's carbon neutrality strategicplan, and further clarified its dual carbon goals and action path in the future. In addition, the Company has the completed commissioningand grid connection of its photovoltaic project. It is estimated that the power generation in 2022 will reach at least 8 million KWH.The Company has purchased 70 million KWH of clean energy (electricity) in 2022 to continuously implement carbon emissionreduction.

In order to achieve energy saving and emission reduction, TCL Zhonghuan has been focusing on the improvement, optimization,and upgrade of production equipment and technology, along with the R&D and replacement of new materials. The Company’sproduction bases use technical, management, and structural means to achieve energy conservation, and reduce power consumption andrelated carbon emissions through improvement in waste heat recovery, air conditioning and refrigeration, natural resource utilization,and improvement of equipment energy efficiency. The Company also actively invests in the construction of photovoltaic projects forits plants and the introduction of clean energy.

In the future, all companies of TCL Technology will forge ahead in sustainable development, and constantly explore andimplement the carbon reduction strategy, leading the industry and the whole value chain towards green and low carbon.Other relevant information:

Not applicableII. Social Responsibility

1. Consolidating and Extending the Achievements of Poverty Alleviation and Pushing Forward RuralRevitalizationPlan for consolidating and extending the achievements of poverty alleviation and pushing forward rural revitalization

In response to government initiatives, the Company has adopted an innovative model that integrates public welfare with hightechnology, maximizing the value of public welfare through technology. TCL always shoulders social responsibilities, focuses on publicwelfare education and promotes rural revitalization. Exploring an innovative model of science and technology + pubic welfare, TCLadopts A.I. technology to accompany left-behind children. The Company fulfills its social responsibilities with practical actions andempowers its public welfare activities to develop science and technology for good and contribute its strength to common prosperity.

The “TCL Project Hope Candlelight Award”, jointly established by the Shenzhen TCL Foundation and the China YouthDevelopment Foundation, rewards outstanding rural teachers and organizes offline training. The Shenzhen TCL Foundation works withTCL Industrial Technology Research Institute to initiate the “A.I. Go Home” project. An “Eagle” storytelling robot is developed anddesigned with professional technology and AI technology. The robot is designed to imitate parents’ voices and tell stories for children

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when they are away from their parents, so as to strengthen the parent-child relationship. In 2022, the “A.I. Go Home” project is upgradedagain, and the “Eagle Audiobook” WeChat Mini Program V2.0 is launched. The Shenzhen TCL Foundation and the EducationFoundation of the Central Conservatory of Music jointly launch the “Little Music +” project and develop the “Xiao Xue” music robot.These efforts provide musical resources to children, bring them famous Chinese and foreign musical masterpieces , which diversifymusic teaching resources for rural primary schools, and encourage every child to stay positive and optimistic with the power of music.The Candlelight Micro-Loan Project, a targeted micro-loan project jointly provided by the Shenzhen TCL Foundation and TCL FinanceGroup for rural teachers, aims to support those rural teachers and their families in need of help in such aspects as healthcare for majordiseases, daily consumption, and skill training. The Company continues to invest in education aids and sponsor projects such as the“TCL Young Scholars Program” and the “TCL Science and Technology Innovation Fund”. The TCL Photovoltaic Sunshine Campuscontributes to the development of rural education by building photovoltaic power generation systems for rural schools to improve theschool teaching environment and providing financial assistance for underprivileged students. The TCL Smart Classroom Project andPhotoelectric Laboratory Project are aimed at bringing more educational resources to children and promoting education equity.Annual summary of consolidating and extending the achievements of poverty alleviation and pushing forward ruralrevitalisationIn the first half of 2022, the eighth "TCL Project Hope Candlelight Award" was recommended by the China Youth DevelopmentFoundation to solicit excellent teachers from 194 counties and districts in 14 provinces that serve as the key counties in the NationalRural Revitalization and the pairing support areas of Shenzhen. An online final evaluation meeting was held to select 400 excellentteachers. Each of the winners received a personal award worth RMB9,500, including a cash reward and 7-day offline "candlelightclass" training.In 2022, the "Eagle Storytelling Robot” under "A.I. Go Home" project was upgraded and optimized in functionality, packaging,and quality control. The “Eagle Story Club” gathered children together through the “Eagle Storytelling Robot” to popularize famousclassical literature from both at home and abroad. In March 2022, the Shenzhen TCL Foundation began the recruitment of the fourthbatch of pilot schools for the "Eagle Story Club", receiving submissions from a total of 74 rural schools across the country. Five schoolswere selected, and a total of 19 story boxes and 38 "Eagle Storytelling Robots" were distributed, benefiting a total of 324 students. The“Eagle Audiobook” WeChat Mini Program has added a new poetry section with Poems for Children wrote by Bei Dao. As of present,the mini program has more than 1,400 active users, and more than 230 people have completed recordings.The “Little Music +” project under the "Xiao Xue Music Class” is dedicated to enhancing music teaching instruments andprofessional resources in rural schools through the “Xiao Xue Music Robot". In 2022, the Company completed the upgrade of its "XiaoXue Music Robot, optimizing for functionality, packaging, and quality control. In the first half of 2022, the Shenzhen TCL Foundationrecruited the fourth batch of pilot schools for the "Xiao Xue Music Class”, receiving submissions from a total of 53 rural schools acrossthe country. Five schools were selected, and a total of 16 music boxes and 32 "Xiao Xue Music Robots" were distributed, benefiting atotal of 3,373 students.

Adopting an innovative charity + finance mode, the Candlelight Micro-Loan Project improves the quality of life for rural educatorsto ensure the development of rural education. In the first half of 2022, the “Candlelight Micro-Loan Project” continued, furtherexpanding in influence.In response to the “dual carbon” strategy, TCL Photovoltaic Sunshine Campus Project donated a photovoltaic roof powergeneration system and 25 years of power generation income to 4 rural schools, with a system value of RMB1.19 million and donatedthe photovoltaic power generation income of about RMB1.68 million. In January 2022, TCL launched the TCL Smart ClassroomProject to narrow the gap of educational resources between urban and rural areas. In March 2022, TCL launched the OptoelectronicLaboratory Project to address the shortage of high-quality scientific and technological innovations and interactive education resourcesfor primary and secondary school students.In 2022, TCL Foundation launched the "TCL Young Scholars Program" and "TCL Science and Technology Innovation Fund" foryoung people and scientific education programs. These programs will serve an important model for education sponsorships in the futureto further promote educational equity.The Shenzhen TCL Foundation helps the Company consolidate its achievements in rural revitalization through targeted assistanceprojects. In 2022, in the targeted assistance and donation project in Taimei Town, Boluo County, Huizhou, TCL Foundation invested a

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total of RMB650,000, donated learning devices with a value of RMB600,000 to the local government, and invested RMB50,000 insupporting poverty alleviation. In June 2022, when the Bei River was hit by a once-in-a-century flood, the TCL Foundation immediatelydonated RMB100,000 to Huizhou Charity Federation for the Huizhou Jiaolong Emergency Rescue Center to purchase materialsrequired for frontline rescue and disaster relief.Effects of consolidating and extending the achievements of poverty alleviation and pushing forward rural revitalization

IndexUnitQuantity/Development
I Overall Situation
1. FundRMB5,063,985
II Specific investments
1. Education
1.1 Amount of investment to improve the educational resources in poverty-stricken areasRMB4,313,985
2. Society
2.1 Amount of public welfare fund investmentRMB750,000

Subsequent plans for extending the achievements of poverty alleviation and pushing forward rural revitalization

In the second half of 2022, the Company will continue to drive rural education development through the "TCL Project HopeCandlelight Award" program. The project will expand the influence of award evaluation and promotion to strengthen mediacommunication and Internet publicity to retain public attention.In the future, the Company will continue to promote the "A.I. Go Home" project, strengthen the promotion and use of the "EagleAudiobook" Wechat Mini Program, further optimize the functions of the mini program, and plan to update the 2.0 version of the miniprogram in the second half of the year to further strengthen the relationship between parents and children and provide emotional support.The Company will also complete the identification of a fourth batch of pilot schools for the project. The "Eagle Storytelling Robot"will accompany children in story lessons every month, and is expected to serve more than 3,800 students. In the second half of 2022,"Little Music +" will continue to focus on the music education for rural children, and identify a fourth batch of pilot schools under the"Xiao Xue Music Class” program to expand its coverage of rural school students.The Company will select sites for TCL Photovoltaic Sunshine Campus Project in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia; Huizhou, Guangdong;Zhangjiakou, Hebei; and other locations. In the future, the project will cover more schools in need to further implement the "dualcarbon" development concept and drive the development of rural education. The TCL Smart Classroom project is expected to becompleted and commissioned in the second half of 2022, contributing to the sharing of educational resources and promoting educationequity. The Optoelectronic Laboratory Project is expected to officially confirmed in the second half of 2022, and will serve to stimulatethe scientific interest and innovation of young people.In the future, it is expected that the Company will invest RMB1.8 million each year to support young outstanding talents throughthe TCL Young Scholars Program. The Company expects to make donations for 10 consecutive years from 2022 through the TCLScience and Technology Innovation Fund to promote science and technology innovation from the source and train more young scientificresearch talents for society. The total donation amount is expected to be RMB40 million.2.Production safetyProduction safety supervision systemTCL Technology upholds "people-oriented, safety first" principles, continuously improves the management of employee healthand production safety, ensures a safe production environment through various occupational health management mechanisms andmeasures, and carries out a series of training programs to ensure the health and safety of employees. In accordance with safety lawsand regulations, the Company has improved its production safety responsibility system from the aspects of management, equipmentand facilities, and employee safety awareness.In order to ensure the effective implementation of production safety management, TCL Technology has formulated regulationssuch as the Production Safety Management Practices, Management Practices for Production Safety Performance Evaluation,Emergency Response Plan for Production Safety Accidents, and others. In terms of management, TCL Technology has established aWork Safety Administration Committee and the Office of the Work Safety Administration Committee to preside over the its productionsafety management and guarantee system. TCL Technology has established a management system for regularly screening hidden

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hazards in various industries. In each plant, safety management personnel at all levels carry out safety inspection in each area on adaily, weekly, monthly, and quarterly basis (including holidays), along with follow-up rectification measures.

In response to the Group's action, TCL CSOT promulgated various security management regulations, and has pegged securitymanagement with performance review for middle management. Security accountability is implemented and security awareness isstrengthened based on a dual communication mechanism (i.e. key contact personnel and contact points), in which contact points areresponsible for auditing the performance of the mechanism. TCL CSOT has developed the CSOT Security Management ImprovementScheme to enhance security management from the perspectives of personnel, machines, materials, processing, and environmentalprotection. TCL Zhonghuan has formulated a safety management manual and corporate management regulations with target safetyproduction goals, adopted the process method, ensured effective system operations, and continued improvement through monitoringand measuring of the system.Development of production safety standardsTCL Technology continuously improves measures for production safety in various segments, optimizes safety equipment andfacilities in workspaces, and carries out lean management and control over production safety. Subsidiaries under TCL CSOT havedomestically and internationally leading safety equipment and facilities in place (such as automatic fire alarm systems CO2 automaticfire extinguishing systems, VESDA systems, and TGMS systems), and provide employees with safe and reliable personal protectiveequipment. TCL CSOT adopts the HAZOP, SFMEA, and other risk identification instruments to analyze the risks arising frommanufacturing, and develops lean management and control measures accordingly, along with proactive engagement in risk visualizationmanagement. TCL Zhonghuan has launched an information-based management platform for production safety featuring interfacesclassified by group, geographic location, segment, and company, for a total of 10 management modules, 38 sub-modules, and 80specific tasks, enabling visualization of the fundamental management information about production safety standards. The platform canplan and push tasks in real time with simultaneous trajectory throughout the process, a risk database is established with riskidentification and control specialization, hidden hazards are screened and special operations are managed dynamically, the systemcollects dynamic safety information in real time and establishes a large database, and the expert team regularly identifies productionsafety laws, regulations, and standards. A safety database has been created with these six functions, which solve key and difficultproblems such as real-time safety supervision and data analysis for hidden hazards across different plants.Production safety processProduct safety is not only a basic requirement of customers for TCL Technology brand, technology, and services, but also one ofsocial responsibilities borne by the Company. TCL Technology and its various segments strictly conform to related laws and regulations,with 100% product inspection and testing coverage, to ensure products are in compliance with safety requirements. TCL Technologyhas also passed the CB, UL, and other international safety certifications, and formulated a response plan for product safety incidentsto strictly control product safety compliance.TCL CSOT adopts an intelligent energy system to realize real-time monitoring over the status of equipment, energy consumption,and products. TCL CSOT introduces deep learning algorithms, realizes fault prediction through equipment and process parameters,effectively improves processing efficiency, introduces ADC image recognition technology, realizes panel AI intelligent detection, andindependently develops a visual detection algorithm to meet the needs of plants. The Company continuously optimizes and improvesFDC, yield efficiency, multi-factor analysis, and other analysis-based modeling systems, realizing real-time monitoring and alert onequipment and quality status. As a result, concentrated abnormalities can be located in a rapid manner. TCL CSOT also introduces acomprehensive AI-based automatic diagnosis system for AI identification, learning, decision-making, and implementation to reducecosts while ensuring safety and scaling of production efficiency. TCL Zhonghuan continuously improves the "formulation" chipmanufacturing process and the "Deep Blue" AI learning model by using digital, automatic, and intelligent solutions. Through the “DeepBlue” intelligent manufacturing model and the new generation of intelligent plants, TCL Zhonghuan works to develop 4.0 intelligentplants to improve intelligent manufacturing.Production safety education and training

TCL Technology focuses on the fundamentals of work safety education to consolidate its work safety management and improvethe safety awareness of employees through all kinds of activities. During the reporting period, the Company actively facilitated varioussegments to carry out safety education activities and monthly events for safety and fire protection to improve the corporate safety

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culture. The Company has organized a variety of safety training measures to increase the production safety awareness and skills ofemployees with an aim to establish a culture of safety.Safety inspections carried out by competent authorities during the Reporting PeriodTCL Technology always complies with related laws and regulations, takes the initiative to support and accept safety inspectionsby competent authorities, and fulfills its production safety commitment to the society.

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Part VI Significant EventsI. Commitments of the Company’s Actual Controller, Shareholders, Related Parties andAcquirers, as well as the Company Itself and Other Entities Fulfilled in the Reporting Periodor Overdue at the Period-End

√ Applicable □ Not applicable

CommitmentPromisorCommitment Type of changeDetails of commitmentCommitment TimeCommitment TermFulfillment
Commitments made in asset restructuringThe largest shareholder of the listed company and person acting in concert (Mr. Li Dongsheng and Jiutian Liancheng)About avoiding horizontal competition1. Before and after this transaction, there was no horizontal competition between me/this partnership and the enterprises controlled by me/this partnership and TCL Group and the main businesses of its affiliated enterprises. 2. After this transaction, I/this partnership will take active measures to avoid any business or activity that competes or may constitute competition with the main business of TCL Group and its affiliated enterprises, and will urge the enterprises controlled by me/this partnership to avoid any business or activity that competes or may constitute competition with the main business of TCL Group and its affiliated enterprises. 3. If I/this partnership and the enterprises controlled by me/this partnership obtain the opportunity to engage in new business, which constitutes or may constitute horizontal competition with the main business of TCL Group and its affiliated enterprises. I/this partnership will, when it is possible, try my/our best to make this business opportunity available to TCL Group or its affiliated enterprises in the first place based on reasonable and fair terms and conditions. 4. If the business of mine/this partnership and the enterprises controlled by me/this partnership coincides or may constitute horizontal competition with TCL Group’s business due to my/this partnership’s investment demand or TCL Group’s business development, I/this partnership and the enterprises controlled by me/this partnership agree to solve the resulting horizontal competition within a specific time limit since as it isDecember 7, 2018During the period of being the largest shareholder of TCL GroupThere is no violation of commitment

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determined. 5. During the period of being the largest shareholder of TCL Group, the aforementioned commitment is unconditional and irrevocable. If I/this partnership violate the aforementioned commitments, I/this partnership will make comprehensive, timely and full joint and several compensation for the losses to TCL Group caused thereby.
The largest shareholder of the listed company and person acting in concert (Mr. Li Dongsheng and Jiutian Liancheng)Commitments on reducing and regulating related party transactions1. I/this partnership will minimize the related party transactions between me/this partnership and the enterprises controlled by me/this partnership and TCL Group and its affiliated enterprises. 2. For inevitable or reasonable related party transactions, I/this partnership and the enterprises controlled by me/this partnership and TCL Group and its affiliated enterprises will conduct them according to fair market principles and normal commercial conditions, so as to ensure the fairness of the related party transaction price, and will perform the decision-making procedures for related party transactions according to the law, to ensure that the related party transactions will not be used to illegally transfer TCL Group’s funds or to damage the legitimate rights and interests of TCL Group and its shareholders. 3. I/this partnership and the enterprises controlled by me/this partnership will not ask TCL Group and its affiliated enterprises to give more favorable conditions than those that can be offered to an independent third party in any fair market transaction. 4. During the period of being the largest shareholder of TCL Group, the aforementioned commitment is unconditional and irrevocable. If I/this partnership violate the aforementioned commitments, I/this partnership will make comprehensive, timely and full joint and several compensation for the losses to TCL Group caused thereby.December 7, 2018During the period of being the largest shareholder of TCL GroupThere is no violation of commitment
The largest shareholder of the listed company and person acting in concert (Mr. LiCommitments on maintaining the independence of listed companiesAfter this transaction, I/this partnership will continue to exercise shareholder’s rights according to laws, regulations and the Articles of Association of TCL Group, and maintain the independence of TCL Group in terms of assets, personnel, finance, business andDecember 7, 2018During the period of being the largest shareholder of TCL GroupThere is no violation of commitment

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Dongsheng and Jiutian Liancheng)institutions. I/this partnership will ensure: (I) The independence of TCL Group personnel. I/this partnership promise(s) to maintain personnel independence with TCL Group. TCL Group’s senior management, including the general manager, deputy general manager, chief financial officer, and secretary of the board of directors, shall not hold positions other than directors and supervisors in my/this partnership’s subordinate wholly-owned, controlled or other enterprises with actual control (hereinafter referred to as “subordinate enterprises”), and shall not be paid in my/this partnership’s subordinate enterprises. The financial personnel of TCL Group shall not work part-time in my/this partnership’s subordinate enterprises. (II) The independence and integrity of TCL Group’s assets. 1. The independence and integrity of TCL Group’s assets. 2. TCL Group does not have any funds or assets occupied by me/this partnership and my/this partnership’s subordinate enterprises. (III) The financial independence of TCL Group. 1. TCL Group establishes an independent financial department and an independent financial accounting system. 2. TCL Group has a standardized and independent financial accounting system. 3. TCL Group opens an independent bank account and does not share a bank account with me/this partnership. 4. The financial personnel of TCL Group shall not work part-time in my/this partnership’s subordinate enterprises. 5. TCL Group can make independent financial decisions, and I/this partnership shall not interfere with the use of TCL Group’s funds. (IV) The institutional independence of TCL Corporation. 1. TCL Group has an independent and complete organization which can operate independently. 2. TCL Group’s office and premises for production and operations are separated from my subordinate enterprises/this

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partnership. 3. The Board of Directors, Board of Supervisors and various functional departments of TCL Group operate independently, and have no subordinate relationship with this partnership’s functional departments. (V) The business independence of TCL Group. 1. I/this partnership promise(s) to maintain the business independence of TCL Group after this transaction. 2. TCL Group has the assets, personnel, qualifications and ability to independently carry out business activities, and has the ability to operate independently in the market. If TCL Group suffers losses due to the violation of commitments under the letter of commitment by me/this partnership or my/this partnership’s subordinate enterprises, I/this partnership will bear the corresponding compensation liability according to the law.
Commitments made upon IPO or refinancingMr. Li DongshengAbout horizontal competition, related-party transaction and capital occupation1) I shall avoid horizontal competition between the companies, enterprises or other business organizations that I own, control, control with others, have significant influence on and the Company with its subsidiaries; and 2) I shall reduce and control transactions of related parties between the companies, enterprises or other business organizations that I own, control, control with others, or have significant influence on and the Company with its subsidiaries.August 30, 2013During the tenure of the Company’s director, supervisor or senior managementThere is no violation of commitment
Fulfilled on timeYes
Specific reasons for failing to fulfill commitments on time and plans for next stepsNot applicable

II. Occupation of the Company, Capital by the Controlling Shareholder or any of Its RelatedParties for Non-Operating Purposes

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

No such cases in the Reporting Period.

III. Irregularities in the Provision of Guarantees

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

No such cases in the Reporting Period.

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IV. Engagement and Disengagement of Independent AuditorWhether the semi-annual financial report has been audited

□ Yes √ No

The interim financial statements are unaudited.

V. Explanation of the Board of Directors and Board of Supervisors on the “Non-StandardAuditor’s Report”

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

VI. Explanation of the Board of Directors on the “Non-Standard Auditor’s Report” for thePrevious Year

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

VII. Insolvency and Reorganization

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

No such cases in the Reporting Period.VIII. Lawsuits

Significant lawsuits and arbitrations:

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

No such cases in the Reporting Period.Other lawsuit matters

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

IX. Punishments and Rectifications

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

Description of rectifications

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

No significant punishments or rectifications in the Reporting Period.X. Credit Quality of the Company as well as its Controlling Shareholder and ActualController

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

XI. Major Related-Party Transactions

1. Continuing Related-Party Transactions

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

During the Reporting Period, the Company’s daily related-party transactions is found in the related announcements disclosed onhttp://www.cninfo.com.cn.

2. Related-Party Transactions Regarding Purchase or Disposal of Assets or Equity Investments

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

3. Related-Party Transactions Regarding Joint Investments in Third Parties

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

No related-party transactions regarding joint investments in third parties which occurred during the Company’s Reporting Period.

4. Amounts Due to and from Related Parties

√ Applicable □ Not applicable

Indicate whether there were any amounts due to and from related parties for non-operating purposes.

√ Yes □ No

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Amounts receivable due to related parties

Related partiesRelationship with the CompanySourceCapital occupation for non-operating purposes or notBeginning balance (RMB’0,000)Amount of new grants in current period (RMB’0,000)Amount of recovered grants in current period (RMB’0,000)Coupon rateInterest in current period (RMB’0,000)Ending balance (RMB’0,000)
TCL Industries Holdings Co., Ltd.Related corporationSale of equity investmentsNo096,00048,9600.00%047,040
The Influence of Amounts Due to Related Parties on the Company’s Operating Results and Financial StatusThe Company sold 100% held equity of Chongqing Zhongxin Rongxin to TCL Industries Holdings Inc. in order to further optimize its business structure and focus resources on the development of its primary high-tech business in line with the government policy guidance and in accordance with the needs of the Company’s announced financing projects. According to the agreement signed by both parties, TCL Industries Holdings Inc. shall pay 51% of the equity transfer price (i.e. RMB489.6 million) to the Company before June 30, 2022. The remaining equity transfer price will be paid before June 30, 2023. Refer to the Announcement on the Disposal of Equity Interests in Partnership Enterprise and the Related-Party Transactions disclosed by the Company on http://www.cninfo.com.cn dated June 27, 2022.

5. Transactions with Related Finance Companies

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

6. Transactions Between the Financial Company Controlled by the Company and Related Companies

√ Applicable □ Not applicable

Deposits:

Related partiesRelationship with the CompanyDaily deposit ceiling (RMB’0,000)Range of interestBeginning balance (RMB’0,000)Amount incurred in the current periodEnding balance (RMB’0,000)
Total deposit amount in current period (RMB’0,000)Total withdrawal amount in current period (RMB’0,000)
Subsidiary of TCL Industries Holdings Co., Ltd.Related corporation600,000.000.01-1.15%2,127.79226,780.06228,878.0529.80

Loans:

Related partiesRelationship with the CompanyLoan limitRange of interestBeginning balance (RMB’0,000)Amount incurred in the current periodEnding balance (RMB’0,000)
Total loan amount in current period (RMB’0,000)Total repayment amount in current period (RMB’0,000)
Subsidiary of TCL Industries Holdings Co., Ltd.Related corporationThe balance of comprehensive credit on any one day (including loans) shall not exceed RMB6 billion-----

Credit or other financial business:

Related partiesRelationship with the CompanyBusiness typeTotalEnding balance (RMB’0,000)
Subsidiary of TCL Industries Holdings Co., Ltd.Related corporationCredit granting (bill discount)The balance of comprehensive credit on93,652.04

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Subsidiary of TCL Industries Holdings Co., Ltd.Related corporationCredit granting (bill acceptance)any one day shall not exceed RMB6 billion65,645.09

7. Other Major Related-Party Transactions

√ Applicable □ Not applicable

Title of announcementDate of disclosureWebsite for disclosure
Announcement on the Disposal of Equity Interests in Partnership Enterprises and the Related-Party TransactionJune 27, 2022http://www.cninfo.com.cn
Announcement on the Expected Continuing Related-Party Transactions for 2022April 28, 2022
Announcement on the Launch of Accounts Receivable Factoring and the Related-party TransactionApril 28, 2022
Announcement on the Related-party Transactions with Shenzhen Jucai Supply Chain Technology Co., Ltd. in 2022April 28, 2022
Announcement of TCL Technology Group Finance Co., Ltd. on Continuing to Provide Financial Services to Related Parties and Renewing the Financial Service AgreementApril 28, 2022
Announcement on Progress of Additional Placement and Share Issue in Subsidiaries and the Related-Party TransactionMarch 22, 2022
Announcement on Additional Placement and Share Issue in Subsidiaries and the Related-Party TransactionJanuary 24, 2022

XII. Major Contracts and Execution thereof

1. Entrustment, Contracting and Leases

(1) Entrustment

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

There were no entrustment projects that brought profits and losses to the Company reaching more than 10% of the Company’s totalprofits in the Reporting Period.

(2) Contracting

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

Notes to ContractingThere were no contracting projects that brought profits and losses to the Company reaching more than 10% of the Company’s totalprofits in the Reporting Period.

(3) Leases

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

Notes to leases:

There were no lease projects that brought profits and losses to the Company reaching more than 10% of the Company’s total profits inthe Reporting Period.

2. Major Guarantees

√ Applicable □ Not applicable

Unit: RMB'0,000

Guarantees provided by the Company as the parent and its subsidiaries for external parties (exclusive of those for subsidiaries)
ObligorDisclosure date of the guarantee line announcementGuarantee LimitActual occurrence dateActual guarantee amountGuarantee Type of changeCollateral (if any)Counterguarantee (if any)Term of guaranteeExpired or notGuarantee for related parties or not
TCL King Electrical Appliances (Huizhou) Co., Ltd.April 28, 2022327,138August 29, 201912,464Joint liability guarantee/Counter guarantee provided by TCL Industrial Holding3.6-5 yearsNoYes
TCL King Electrical Appliances (Chengdu) Co., Ltd.April 28, 202251,653--Joint liability guarantee/-YesYes

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Huizhou TCL Mobile Communication Co., Ltd.April 28, 2022212,507--Joint liability guarantee/Co., Ltd.-YesYes
TCL Mobile Communication (HK) Company LimitedApril 28, 202229,225--Joint liability guarantee/-YesYes
TCL Home Appliances (Hefei) Co., Ltd.April 28, 202268,280March 2, 20214,968Joint liability guarantee/1-2 yearsNoYes
TCL Home Appliances (Zhongshan) Co., Ltd.April 28, 20224,929--Joint liability guarantee/-YesYes
TCL Air-Conditioner (Zhongshan) Co., Ltd.April 28, 202280,991March 13, 202033,771Joint liability guarantee/0.37-3 yearsNoYes
TCL Air Conditioner (Wuhan) Co., Ltd.April 28, 202213,480--Joint liability guarantee/-YesYes
Zhongshan TCL Refrigeration Equipment Co., Ltd.April 28, 202231,749--Joint liability guarantee/-YesYes
Guangdong TCL Smart Heating & Ventilation Equipment Co., Ltd.April 28, 20222,522--Joint liability guarantee/-YesYes
TCL Home Appliances (Huizhou) Co., Ltd.April 28, 202210,000--Joint liability guarantee/-YesYes
TCL Air-Conditioner (Jiujiang) Co., Ltd.April 28, 20225,488--Joint liability guarantee/-YesYes
Tonly Technology Co., Ltd.April 28, 202239,496April 23, 202137,519Joint liability guarantee/3 yearsNoYes
TCL Very Lighting Technology (Huizhou) Co., Ltd.April 28, 20221,034--Joint liability guarantee/-YesYes
SHIFENDAOJIA Online Service Co., Ltd.April 28, 202277--Joint liability guarantee/-YesYes
Guangzhou TCL Science and TechnologyApril 28, 202284,700December 27, 201880,465Joint liability/13 yearsNoYes

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Development Co., Ltd.guarantee
TCL Industries Holdings (HK) LimitedApril 28, 2022514,629April 14, 2020376,323Joint liability guarantee/1-3 yearsNoYes
Techigh Circuit Technology (Huizhou) Co., Ltd.April 28, 2022499--Joint liability guarantee/-YesNo
Shenzhen Qianhai Sailing International Supply Chain Management Co., Ltd.April 28, 202240,000December 27, 20212,360Joint liability guarantee/With counter- guarantee189 daysNoYes
Qihang Import&Export LimitedApril 28, 20226,000--Joint liability guarantee/With counter- guarantee-NoNo
Shenzhen Qianhai Sailing International Supply Chain Management Co., Ltd.April 28, 2022110,000September 1, 202128,153Joint liability guarantee/With counter- guarantee50 days-1 yearsNoNo
Aijiexu New Electronic Display Glass (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd.April 28, 202280,000April 28, 202025,889Joint liability guarantee/Guarantee in proportion to shareholding percentage8 yearsNoNo
Qihang International Import & Export LimitedApril 28, 202250,000-1,678Joint liability guarantee/With counter- guarantee1 yearNoNo
Huizhou Zhongkai TCL Zhirong Technology Microcredit Co., Ltd.May 22, 202145,500September 29, 202115,000Joint liability guarantee/With counter- guarantee1 yearNoYes
Total approved line for such guarantees in Reporting Period (A1)1,764,397Total actual amount of such guarantees in Reporting Period (A2)57,880
Total approved line for such guarantees at the end of the Reporting Period (A3)1,809,897Total actual balance of such guarantees at end of Reporting Period (A4)618,588
Guarantees provided by the Company as the parent for its subsidiaries
ObligorDisclosure date of the guarantee line announcementGuarantee LimitActual occurrence dateActual guarantee amountGuarantee Type of changeCollateral (if any)Counterguarantee (if any)Term of guaranteeExpired or notGuarantee for related parties or not
Wuhan China Star Optoelectronics Technology Co., Ltd.April 28, 20221,600,000July 26, 2019413,940Joint liability guarantee//22 days-3 yearsNoNo
Shenzhen China Star OptoelectronicsApril 28, 20221,550,000April 28, 20181,183,090Joint liabilit//1 month - 8 yearsNoNo

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Semiconductor Display Technology Co., Ltd.y guarantee
TCL China Star Optoelectronics Technology Co., Ltd.April 28, 2022679,500September 29, 201935,190Joint liability guarantee//13 days-3 yearsNoNo
Wuhan China Star Optoelectronics Semiconductor Display Technology Co., Ltd.April 28, 20222,000,000December 22, 2017989,901Joint liability guarantee//3 month - 8 yearsNoNo
Huizhou China Star Optoelectronics Technology Co., Ltd.April 28, 20221,150,000January 1, 2021637,589Joint liability guarantee//3 month - 8 yearsNoNo
China Star Optoelectronics International (HK) LimitedApril 28, 2022500,000--Joint liability guarantee//-NoNo
China Display Optoelectronics Technology (Huizhou) Co., Ltd.April 28, 2022150,000July 28, 202147,037Joint liability guarantee//43 days-7.39 yearsNoNo
Wuhan China Display Optoelectronics Technology Co., Ltd.April 28, 202250,000February 14, 2020197Joint liability guarantee//2-3 yearsNoNo
Guangdong Juhua Printed Display Technology Co., Ltd.April 28, 202240,000May 31, 20224,324Joint liability guarantee//15 monthsNoNo
TCL Technology Group Finance Co., Ltd.April 28, 2022300,000January 25, 202259,863Joint liability guarantee//95-409 daysNoNo
Highly Information Industry Co., Ltd.April 28, 2022480,000April 1, 2020358,000Joint liability guarantee//1 days-2.5 yearsNoNo
Beijing Hecheng Nuoxin Technology Co., Ltd.April 28, 202210,000July 23, 20215,000Joint liability guarantee//1 yearNoNo
Beijing Lingyun Data Technology Co., Ltd.April 28, 2022131,500July 29, 202138,390Joint liability guarantee//86-364 daysNoNo
Beijing Sunpiestore Technology Co., Ltd.April 28, 2022140,000July 23, 202183,000Joint liability guarantee//1 yearNoNo
Shaanxi Titi Electronic Technology Co., Ltd.April 28, 202210,000July 23, 20213,000Joint liability guarantee//1 yearNoNo

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TCL Technology Park (Huizhou) Co., Ltd.April 28, 2022172,600April 24, 202099,500Joint liability guarantee//1-10 yearsNoNo
TCL Technology Investments LimitedApril 28, 2022400,000July 14, 2020201,342Joint liability guarantee//5 yearsNoNo
Ningbo TCL Equity Investment Ltd.April 28, 202250,000--Joint liability guarantee//-NoNo
TCL Moka International LimitedApril 28, 2022176,000May 20, 202240,268Joint liability guarantee//1 yearNoNo
Huizhou Moka Technology Development Co., Ltd.April 28, 202255,000--Joint liability guarantee//-NoNo
Moka Technology (Guangdong) Co., Ltd.April 28, 2022700,000December 31, 2021121,182Joint liability guarantee//1-8 monthsNoNo
Guangzhou China Star Optoelectronics Semiconductor Display Technology Co., Ltd.April 28, 20221,750,000March 4, 2022730,703Joint liability guarantee//1-8 yearsNoNo
Suzhou China Star Optoelectronics Display Co., Ltd.April 28, 2022265,000--Joint liability guarantee//-NoNo
Suzhou China Star Optoelectronics Technology Co., Ltd.April 28, 202257,000--Joint liability guarantee//-NoNo
Highly (Tianjin) Technology Co., Ltd.April 28, 202250,000May 9, 202121,737Joint liability guarantee//40-61 daysNoNo
Highly (Tianjin) E-Commerce Co., Ltd.April 28, 20225,000--Joint liability guarantee//-NoNo
Qingdao Blue Business Consulting Co., Ltd.April 28, 20225,000--Joint liability guarantee//-NoNo
Tianjin Printronics Circuit CorporationApril 28, 2022100,000--Joint liability guarantee//-NoNo
TCL Technology Group (Tianjin) Co., Ltd.*April 28, 2022200,000--Joint liability//-NoNo

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guarantee
Tianjin WanfangNuoxin Technology Co., Ltd. *April 28, 20225,000--Joint liability guarantee//-NoNo
Total approved line for such guarantees in the Reporting Period (B1)12,781,600Total actual amount of such guarantees in the Reporting Period (B2)1,476,775
Total approved line for such guarantees at the end of the Reporting Period (B3)12,781,600Total actual balance of such guarantees at the end of the Reporting Period (B4)5,073,254
Guarantees provided between subsidiaries
ObligorDisclosure date of the guarantee line announcementGuarantee LimitActual occurrence dateActual guarantee amountGuarantee Type of changeCollateral (if any)Counterguarantee (if any)Term of guaranteeExpired or notGuarantee for related parties or not
Huhehaote Huanju New Energy Development Co., Ltd.*November 26, 201424,529December 11, 201524,529Joint liability guarantee//9.5 yearsNoNo
Zhonghuan Energy (Inner Mongolia) Co., Ltd.June 24, 201711,800July 21, 201711,800Joint liability guarantee//15 yearsNoNo
Otog Banner Huanju New Energy Co., Ltd.June 24, 201719,816August 30, 201719,816Joint liability guarantee//10 yearsNoNo
Qinhuangdao Tianhui Solar Energy Co., Ltd.November 11, 2017 September 6, 201822,829January 19, 201822,829Joint liability guarantee//10-12 yearsNoNo
Guyuan Shengju New Energy Co., Ltd.September 6, 201810,119October 8, 201810,119Joint liability guarantee//11 yearsNoNo
Zhangjiakou Shengyuan New Energy Co., Ltd.September 6, 201813,790October 8, 201813,790Joint liability guarantee//11 yearsNoNo
Zhonghuan Hong Kong Holding LimitedMarch 22, 202165,000March 26, 202152,994Joint liability guarantee//3 yearsNoNo
Inner Mongolia Zhonghuan Crystal Materials Co., Ltd.March 22, 2021 May 26, 2022602,500April 30, 2021432,500Joint liability guarantee//7 yearsNoNo
Huansheng Solar (Jiangsu) Co., Ltd.March 22, 202153,900April 1, 202153,900Joint liability//5 yearsNoNo

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Tianjin Huanzhi New Energy Technology Co., Ltd.January 21, 2021131,500July 20, 202156,011Joint liability guarantee//7 yearsNoNo
Ningxia Zhonghuan Solar Material Co., Ltd.January 23, 2022748,000May 30, 2022133,000Joint liability guarantee//7 yearsNoNo
Wuxi Zhonghuan Applied Materials Co., Ltd.May 26, 2022190,000June 30, 202210,000Joint liability guarantee//7 yearsNoNo
TCL Zhonghuan’s guarantee for subsidiaries within the consolidated scope (retained)May 26, 2022620,000--Joint liability guarantee//-NoNo
Shenzhen China Star Optoelectronics Semiconductor Display Technology Co., Ltd.*April 28, 20222,612,500April 28, 20182,394,858Joint liability guarantee//5-8 yearsNoNo
PANEL OPTODISPLAY TECHNOLOGY PRIVATE LIMITEDApril 28, 20228,200April 22, 2022825Joint liability guarantee//2 yearsNoNo
TCL Moka International LimitedApril 28, 2022214,500April 29, 202241,557Joint liability guarantee//26-87 daysNoNo
China Star Optoelectronics International (HK) LimitedApril 28, 2022500,000November 24, 2020167,785Joint liability guarantee//3 yearsNoNo
Total approved line for such guarantees in the Reporting Period (C1)5,083,200Total actual amount of such guarantees in the Reporting Period (C2)386,398
Total approved line for such guarantees at the end of the Reporting Period (C3)5,848,984Total actual balance of such guarantees at the end of the Reporting Period (C4)3,446,314
Total guarantee amount (total of the three kinds of guarantees above)
Total guarantee line approved in the Reporting Period (A1+B1+C1)19,629,197Total actual guarantee amount in the Reporting Period (A2+B2+C2)1,921,053
Total approved guarantee line at the end of the Reporting Period (A3+B3+C3)20,440,481Total actual guarantee balance at the end of the Reporting Period (A4+ B4+ C4)9,138,156
Total actual guarantee amount (A4+B4+C4) as % of the Company’s net assets234.17%
Of which:
Balance of guarantees provided for shareholders, the actual controller and their related parties (D)562,869

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Balance of debt guarantees provided directly or indirectly for obligors with an over 70% debt/asset ratio (E)2,663,958
Amount by which the total guarantee amount exceeds 50% of the Company’s net assets (F)7,186,951
Total of the three above amounts (D+E+F)7,186,951
Joint liability possibly borne or already borne in the Reporting Period for outstanding guarantees (if any)-
Guarantees provided in breach of prescribed procedures (if any)-

Note: ①The guarantee period in the above table is the occurrence period of the principal debt. The actual guarantee is valid fortwo or three years from the expiration date of the principal debt, which is subject to the single contract.

② During the Reporting Period, the Company adjusts the guarantee limit to its controlling subsidiaries based on their demands.The details are outlined as follows:

(1) The guarantee limit amounting to RMB2 billion offered to Suzhou China Star Optoelectronics Technology Co., Ltd. wastransferred to TCL Technology Group (Tianjin) Co., Limited, another controlling subsidiary.

(2) The guarantee limit amounting to RMB50 million offered to Beijing Sunpiestore Technology Co., Ltd. was transferred toTianjin Wanfang Nuoxin Technology Co., Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Company.

In respect of the guarantee adjustment above, the Company has completed internal deliberation procedures and the debt/assetratio of subsidiaries subject to guarantee limit increment does not exceed 70%, which complied with the related requirements in theRules Governing the Guarantees Provided for External Parties, and the 2022 Proposals on Guarantee Provided to Subsidiaries passedon the 2021 general meeting held on May 19, 2022.

③ In the table above, Shenzhen China Star Optoelectronics Semiconductor Display Technology Co., Ltd., a subsidiarycontrolled by the Company, was jointly guaranteed by the Company and its subsidiary TCL China Star Optoelectronics TechnologyCo., Ltd. in an external syndicated loan, in which the Company provided certain percentage of guarantee, while TCL China StarOptoelectronics Technology Co., Ltd. provided full guarantee.

As at the end of the Reporting Period, the debt portion under joint guarantee amounted to RMB10.7457534 billion. The jointguarantee has been filled in the “Company’s Guarantee for Subsidiaries” and “Guarantee Among Subsidiaries”, respectively. The“total guarantee accrued at the end of the reporting period” and “total balance of guarantee accrued at the end of the Reporting Period”including the debt portion under the joint guarantee amounted to RMB10.7457534 billion.

④ The Company provided guarantee to the syndicated loan of Wuhan China Star Optoelectronics Semiconductor DisplayTechnology Co., Ltd. for its “Project For Expanding the G6 Semiconductor Display Component Production Line” under joint andseveral liability of no more than RMB7.5 billion. The guarantee is within the limit of 2022 Proposal on Providing Guarantee toSubsidiaries passed on the 18th of the Seventh Session Board of Directors and 2021 general meeting. As at the end of the ReportingPeriod, the Company had not executed any specific guarantee contract. The actual guarantee limit will be subject to the specificcontract.

⑤ In the “guarantee among subsidiaries”, the guaranteed entity and Huhehaote Huanju New Energy Development Co., Ltd.were provided with the guarantee under joint and several liability by TCL Technology Group (Tianjin) Co., Ltd. And TCL ZhonghuanNew Energy Technology Co., Ltd.

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3. Cash Entrusted for Wealth Management

√ Applicable □ Not applicable

Unit: RMB'0,000

TypeFunding sourceAmountUndue amountUnrecovered overdue amountImpairment allowance for unrecovered overdue amount of wealth management products
Bank’s wealth management productSelf-funded629,001.00625,900.00--
Securities firm’s wealth management productSelf-funded100,962.99100,962.99--
Trust planSelf-funded100,000.0060,000.00--
OtherSelf-funded19,219.1119,219.11--
Total849,183.10806,082.10--

High-risk wealth management transactions with a significant single amount, low liquidity and no principal guarantee:

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

Wealth management transactions where the principal is expectedly irrecoverable or an impairment may be incurred:

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

4. Other Major Contracts

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

No such cases in the Reporting Period.

XIII. Other Significant Events

√ Applicable □ Not applicable

Title of announcementDate of disclosureWebsite for disclosure
Announcement on Resignation and Appointment of Non-executive Directors4/14/2022http://www.cninfo.com.cn
Report on the Repurchase of Certain Public Shares in 20223/21/2022

XIV. Significant Events of Subsidiaries

√ Applicable □ Not applicable

Title of announcementDate of disclosureWebsite for disclosure
Announcement on Additional Placement and Share Issue in Subsidiaries and the Related-Party Transaction1/24/2022http://www.cninfo.com.cn

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Part VII Changes in Shares and Information about ShareholdersI. Changes in Shares

1. Changes in shares

Unit: share

Prior to changesIncrease/decrease in the Reporting Period (+/-)After changes
SharesPercentageOthersSubtotalSharesPercentage
I. Restricted Shares612,110,4884.36%1,445,0021,445,002613,555,4904.37%
Shares held by other domestic investors611,718,9904.36%1,270,5791,270,579612,989,5694.37%
Of which: Shares held by domestic individuals611,718,9904.36%1,270,5791,270,579612,989,5694.37%
Shares held by foreign entities391,4980.0028%174,423174,423565,9210.0040%
Of which: Shares held by foreign individuals391,4980.0028%174,423174,423565,9210.0040%
II. Non-restricted shares13,418,531,93395.64%-1,445,002-1,445,00213,417,086,93195.63%
Ordinary shares in RMB13,418,531,93395.64%-1,445,002-1,445,00213,417,086,93195.63%
III. Total shares14,030,642,421100%0014,030,642,421100%

Statement on the changes in sharesDuring the Reporting Period, locked-up shares held by senior management increased by 1,445,002 shares, as non-restricted sharesdecreased by the same amount.Approval of changes in shares

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

Transfer of share ownership

√ Applicable □ Not applicable

On June 1, 2021, the Company issued the Announcement on Planned Allocation and Equity Ownership Under the GlobalPartnership Phase III Scheme, which specifies that, in accordance with Global Partnership Phase III Scheme (Draft), the share holdersunder the scheme may sell 50% of corresponding shares held based on current market conditions at their discretion, or transfer 50% ofcorresponding shares held to the scheme holder’s account through non-trading transfer subject to the support of Shenzhen StockExchange and the Depository and Clearing Corporation, after 12 months upon the vesting date of the underlying shares; the shareholders under the scheme may sell the remained 50% of corresponding shares or transfer the remained 50% of corresponding shares tothe scheme holder’s account through non-trading transfer subject to Shenzhen Stock Exchange and the Depository and Clearing

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Corporation after 24 months upon the vesting date of the underlying shares.During the Reporting Period, parts of shares under the Scheme had been transferred to the securities account of scheme holdersthrough non-trading transfer in June. A total of 21,054,347 shares were transferred, including 1,926,671 shares transferred to directors,supervisors and senior management through non-trading transfer and 19,127,676 shares transferred to other holders through non-tradingtransfer.Progress on any share repurchase

√ Applicable □ Not applicable

During the Reporting Period, the Company repurchased 106,484,364 shares through centralized bidding from the special securitiesaccount for repurchase from March 23, 2022 to June 24, 2022, accounting for 0.76% of the total share capital of the Company. Thehighest and lowest trading price was RMB5.01 per share and RMB4.34 per share, respectively, and the total payment approximated toRMB502.62 million (excluding transaction fees).Progress on reducing the repurchased shares by means of centralized bidding

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

Effects of changes in shares on the basic earnings per share, diluted earnings per share, equity per share attributable to theCompany’s ordinary shareholders and other financial indicators of the prior year and the prior accounting period, respectively

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

Other information that the Company considers necessary or is required by the securities regulator to be disclosed

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

2. Changes in restricted shares

√ Applicable □ Not applicable

Unit: share

Name of shareholderBeginning restricted sharesUnlocked in Reporting PeriodIncrease in Reporting PeriodEnding restricted sharesReason for restrictionDate of unlocking
Directors, supervisors, and executives of the Company612,110,48801,445,002613,555,490Locked-up shares of senior managementRemoval of lock-up restriction based on related laws and regulations
Total612,110,48801,445,002613,555,490----

II. Issuance and Listing of Securities

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

III. Total Number of Shareholders and Their Shareholdings

Unit: share

Total number of ordinary shareholders by the end of the reporting period761,967Total number of preference shareholders with resumed voting rights by the end of the reporting period (if any)0
Shareholdings of ordinary shareholders with more than 5% or the top 10 shareholders of ordinary shares
Name of shareholderNature of ShareholderShareholding percentage (%)Number of shares held at the period-endIncrease/decrease during the Reporting PeriodNumber of restricted ordinary shares heldNumber of Non-restricted ordinary shares heldShares in pledge, marked or frozen
StatusShares
Li Dongsheng and his acting-in-concert partyDomestic individual/Domestic general legal entity8.26%1,159,085,019485,626610,545,821548,539,198Put in pledge by Li Dongsheng179,338,800
Put in pledge by238,620,000

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Jiutian Liancheng
Huizhou Investment Holding Co., Ltd.State-owned legal entity5.30%743,139,84000743,139,840
Wuhan Optics Valley Industrial Investment Co., Ltd.State-owned legal entity3.95%554,770,496-3,781,9000554,770,496Pledge255,754,475
Hong Kong Securities Clearing Company LimitedForeign legal entity2.68%376,447,862-71,400,1490376,447,862
China Securities Finance Corporation LimitedDomestic general legal entity2.66%373,231,55300373,231,553
Tibet Tianfeng Enterprise Management Co., Ltd.Domestic general legal entity1.54%215,582,406-30,986,4320215,582,406
TCL Technology Group Corporation - 2021 to 2023 Employee Stock Ownership Plan (Phase I)Fund, wealth management product, etc.0.81%113,143,15400113,143,154
Sinatay Life Insurance Co., Ltd. - Conventional ProductFund, wealth management product, etc.0.74%104,190,17200104,190,172
ICBC Credit Suisse Fund - Agricultural Bank of China - ICBC Credit Suisse China Securities Financial Asset Management PlanFund, wealth management product, etc.0.53%74,761,5000074,761,500
Southern Asset ManagementFund, wealth management product, etc.0.53%74,761,5000074,761,500

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- Agricultural Bank of China - Southern China Securities Financial Asset Management Plan
Strategic investor or general legal entity becoming top-10 ordinary shareholders due to private placement of new shares (if any)Not applicable
Note on the above shareholders’ associations or concerted actionsMr. Li Dongsheng and Ningbo Jiutian Liancheng Equity Investment Partnership (Limited Partnership) became persons acting in concert by signing the Agreement on Concerted Action, holding 1,159,085,019 shares in total and becoming the largest shareholder of the Company.
Explain if any of the shareholders above was involved in entrusting/being entrusted with voting rights or waiving voting rightsNot applicable
Explanation on repurchase account among top 10 shareholdersThere is a special repurchase account “TCL Technology Group Corporation’s special securities account for repurchase” among the top 10 Shareholders, which are not outlined in the top 10 shareholders above. As of the end of the Reporting Period, this repurchase account held 399,900,216 shares.
Top 10 non-restricted ordinary shareholders
Name of shareholderNumber of non-restricted ordinary shares held at the end of the reporting periodType of shares
TypeShares
Huizhou Investment Holding Co., Ltd.743,139,840RMB-denominated ordinary shares743,139,840
Wuhan Optics Valley Industrial Investment Co., Ltd.554,770,496RMB-denominated ordinary shares554,770,496
Li Dongsheng and his acting-in-concert party548,539,198RMB-denominated ordinary shares548,539,198
Hong Kong Securities Clearing Company Limited376,447,862RMB-denominated ordinary shares376,447,862
China Securities Finance Corporation Limited373,231,553RMB-denominated ordinary shares373,231,553
Tibet Tianfeng Enterprise Management Co., Ltd.215,582,406RMB-denominated ordinary shares215,582,406
TCL Technology Group Corporation - 2021 to 2023 Employee Stock Ownership Plan (Phase I)113,143,154RMB-denominated ordinary shares113,143,154
Sinatay Life Insurance Co., Ltd. -104,190,172RMB-104,190,172

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Conventional Productdenominated ordinary shares
ICBC Credit Suisse Fund - Agricultural Bank of China - ICBC Credit Suisse China Securities Financial Asset Management Plan74,761,500RMB-denominated ordinary shares74,761,500
Southern Asset Management - Agricultural Bank of China - Southern China Securities Financial Asset Management Plan74,761,500RMB-denominated ordinary shares74,761,500
Related or acting-in-concert parties among top 10 non-restricted ordinary shareholders, as well as between top 10 non-restricted ordinary shareholders and top 10 ordinary shareholdersMr. Li Dongsheng and Ningbo Jiutian Liancheng Equity Investment Partnership (Limited Partnership) became persons acting in concert by signing the Agreement on Concerted Action, holding 1,159,085,019 shares in total and becoming the largest shareholder of the Company.
Explanation on the top 10 ordinary shareholders participating in securities margin trading1. Wuhan Optics Valley Industrial Investment Co., Ltd., a shareholder of the Company, conducted share-based securities lending business for “TCL Technology”. At the end of the Reporting Period, 3,781,900 shares of securities were lent out. 2, Tibet Tianfeng Enterprise Management Co., Ltd., a shareholder of the Company, holds 117,343,814 shares through the general securities account, and holds 98,238,592 shares through the credit securities account, with a total of 215,582,406 shares actually held.

Indicate whether any of the top 10 ordinary shareholders or the top 10 non-restricted ordinary shareholders of the Company conductedany promissory repo during the Reporting Period.

□ Yes √ No

No such cases in the Reporting Period.IV. Change in Shareholdings of Directors, Supervisors, and Senior Management

√ Applicable □ Not applicable

NamePositionPostion StatusNumber of shares held at the beginning of the yearIncrease of shares during the Reporting PeriodDecrease of shares during the Reporting PeriodNumber of shares held at the end of the yearNumber of restricted shares granted at the beginning of the periodNumber of restricted shares granted during the periodNumber of restricted shares granted at the end of the period
Li DongshengChairman of the Board and CEOIncumbent813,575,470485,6260814,061,096000
Liang WeihuaVice Charmian of the BoardIncumbent0000000
Du JuanDirectorIncumbent417,730374,2370791,967000
Jin XuzhiDirector, Senior Vice PresidentIncumbent521,997232,5640754,561000
Shen HaopingDirector, Senior Vice PresidentIncumbent0000000
Liao QianDirector, Board Secretary and Senior Vice PresidentIncumbent229,596251,7100481,306000
Lin FengDirectorIncumbent0000000
Gan YongIndependent directorIncumbent0000000
Chen ShiyiIndependent directorIncumbent0000000
Wan LiangyongIndependent directorIncumbent0000000
Liu XunciIndependent directorIncumbent0000000

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He ZhuohuiChairman of the Supervisory CommitteeIncumbent0000000
Qiu HaiyanSupervisorIncumbent0000000
Mao TianxiangEmployee SupervisorIncumbent128,979100,6040229,583000
Wang ChengCOOIncumbent157,66100157,661000
Li JianCFOIncumbent97,709196,8040294,513000
Yan XiaolinSenior Vice President, CTOIncumbent1,018,176285,12601,303,302000
Liu KunPrevious directorFormer0000000
Total----816,147,3181,926,6710818,073,989000

V. Change of the Controlling Shareholder or the Actual ControllerChange of the controlling shareholder in the Reporting Period:

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

No such cases in the Reporting Period.Change of the actual controller in the Reporting Period:

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

No such cases in the Reporting Period.

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Part VIII BondsI. Enterprise Bonds

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

No enterprise bonds in the Reporting Period.

II. Corporate Bonds

√ Applicable □ Not applicable

1. General Information on Corporate Bonds

Unit: RMB'0,000

Bond nameAbbr.Bond CodeDate of issuanceValue dateMaturityOutstanding balanceCoupon rateWay of principal repayment and interest paymentPlace of trading
TCL Corporation Corporate Bonds Publicly Offered in 2019 to Qualified Investors (Tranche 3)19TCL03112983October 17, 2019October 21, 2019October 21, 2024200,0004.20%Interest payable annually and principal repayable in full upon maturityShenzhen Stock Exchange
TCL Corporation Corporate Bonds Publicly Offered in 2019 to Qualified Investors (Tranche 2)19TCL02112938July 19, 2019July 23, 2019July 23, 2024100,0004.30%Interest payable annually and principal repayable in full upon maturityShenzhen Stock Exchange
TCL Corporation Corporate Bonds Publicly Offered in 2019 to Qualified Investors (Tranche 1)19TCL01112905May 17, 2019May 20, 2019May 20, 2024100,0003.15%Interest payable annually and principal repayable in full upon maturityShenzhen Stock Exchange
TCL Corporation Corporate Bonds Publicly Offered in 2018 to Qualified Investors (Tranche 2)18TCL02112747August 17, 2018August 20, 2018August 20, 2023200,0003.55%Interest payable annually and principal repayable in full upon maturityShenzhen Stock Exchange
TCL Corporation Corporate Bonds Publicly Offered in 2018 to Qualified Investors (Tranche 1)18TCL01112717June 5, 2018June 6, 2018June 6, 202317,001.904.00%Interest payable annually and principal repayable in full upon maturityShenzhen Stock Exchange
TCL Corporation Corporate Bonds Publicly Offered in 201717TCL02112542July 6, 2017July 7, 2017July 7, 202215,7003.45%Interest payable annually and principal repayable in full uponShenzhen Stock Exchange

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to Qualified Investors (Tranche 2)maturity
Investor eligibility (if any)For qualified investors / For professional investors
Applicable trading mechanismNot applicable
Risk of termination of listing and trading (if any) and countermeasuresNone

Overdue bonds:

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

2. Triggering and implementation of issuer or investor option clauses and investor protection clauses

√ Applicable □ Not applicable

In accordance with the provisions of the Prospectus for TCL Technology Group Corporation Corporate Bonds Publicly Offeredin 2019 to Qualified Investors (Tranche 1), the bondholders of 19TCL01 elected to sell back all or part of their 19TCL01 to TCLTechnology Group Corporation during the sell-back registration period (April 19, 2022 to April 25, 2022) at the sell-back price ofRMB100/bond (excluding interest). The coupon rate decreased from 4.33% to 3.15% two years after the existence period, and the sell-back fund was released on May 20, 2022. According to the data provided by the Shenzhen Branch of China Securities Depository andClearing Corporation Limited, the number of 19TCL01 sold back during the sell-back registration period was 10,000,000, and the sell-back amount was RMB1,000,000,000 (excluding interest). As indicated in the Announcement on Sell-back Declaration Results, theCompany would resell the sold-back bonds from May 23, 2022 to June 20, 2022, and the number of bonds proposed to be resold wouldbe no more than 10,000,000. The number of bonds resold in this tranche was 10,000,000, and the average resale price wasRMB100.2534/bond, and all of which had been resold through manual transfer. Upon the completion of the resales, no bonds pendingfor resales remain, and there are 10,000,000 bonds of 19TCL01 outstanding in depositary.

3. Adjustments to credit ratings in the Reporting Period

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

4. Execution and changes of guarantees, repayment plans and other repayment guarantee measures in theReporting Period, as well as the impact on the equity of bond investor

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

III. Debt Financing Instruments of a Non-Financial Enterprise

√ Applicable □ Not applicable

1. General information of debt financing instruments of a non-financial enterprise:

Unit: RMB100 million

Name of debt instrumentAbbr.Code of debt instrumentDate of issuanceValue dateMaturityOutstanding balanceInterest rateWay of principal repayment and interest paymentPlace of trading
2022 Mid-Term Green Notes of TCL Technology Group Corporation (Tranche 2)22TCL- GN002132280040April 25, 2022April 27, 2022April 27, 202515.003.30%Interest payable annually and principal repayable in full upon maturityInter-bank market
2022 Mid-Term Notes of TCL Technology Group Corporation (Tranche 1)22TCL- MTN001102280089January 12, 2022January 14, 2022January 14, 202520.003.45%Interest payable annually and principal repayable in full upon maturityInter-bank market
2021 Mid-Term Notes of TCL Technology21TCL- MTN001 (High-Growth102100966May 10, 2021May 12, 2021May 12, 202420.004.15%Interest payable annually andInter-bank market

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Group Corporation (Tranche 1)(High-Growth Bonds)Bonds)principal repayable in full upon maturity
2020 Mid-Term Notes of TCL Technology Group Corporation (Tranche 1)20TCL- MTN001102000509March 25, 2020March 27, 2020March 27, 202330.003.60%Interest payable annually and principal repayable in full upon maturityInter-bank market
Investor eligibility (if any)Not applicable
Applicable trading mechanismNot applicable
Risk of termination of listing and trading (if any) and countermeasuresNone

Overdue bonds:

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

2. Triggering and implementation of issuer or investor option clauses and investor protection clauses

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

3. Adjustments to credit ratings in the Reporting Period

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

4. Execution and changes of guarantees, repayment plans and other repayment guarantee measures in theReporting Period, as well as the impact on the equity of bond investor

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

IV. Convertible Corporate Bonds

√ Applicable □ Not applicable

1. Adjustments and Rectification of Transfer Prices

NamePrice before adjustment (RMB/share)Adjusted price (RMB/share)Start date for the adjustment
TCL Directional Transfer 2 (CB No.: 124017)7.887.73June 2, 2022
TCL Directional Transfer 2 (CB No.: 124017)7.734.10July 25, 2022

2. Cumulative bond-to-stock conversions

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

3. Top 10 holders of convertible corporate bonds

No.Name of holderNature of holderNumber of convertible corporate bonds held at the period-endAmount of convertible corporate bonds held at the period-end (RMB)Proportion of convertible bonds held at the end of the period
1GF Securities Co., Ltd.Domestic general legal entity3,900,000390,000,00015.46%
2Guosen Securities Co., Ltd.State-owned legal entity3,000,000300,000,00011.89%
3Western Securities Co., Ltd.State-owned legal entity1,700,000170,000,0006.74%
4China Life Pension Hongxin Fixed Income Pension Product - Industrial and Commercial Bank of China LimitedFund, wealth management product, etc.1,300,000130,000,0005.15%

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5China Life Pension Sustaining Fixed Income Pension Product No. 9 - China Merchants Bank Co., Ltd.Fund, wealth management product, etc.1,300,000130,000,0005.15%
6Shenwan Hongyuan Group Co., Ltd.Domestic general legal entity1,000,000100,000,0003.96%
7Zheshang Securities Co., Ltd.State-owned legal entity1,000,000100,000,0003.96%
8China Life Insurance (Group) Company Enterprise Annuity Plan- Agricultural Bank Of China LimitedFund, wealth management product, etc.1,000,000100,000,0003.96%
9China Life Yongfeng Enterprise Annuity Collective Plan- Agricultural Bank Of China LimitedFund, wealth management product, etc.1,000,000100,000,0003.96%
10Taipingyang Investment Strategy Co., Ltd. – Security Investment Fund of ChinaForeign legal entity800,00080,000,0003.17%

Note: The table above was filled in based on the data of holders delivered by the Shenzhen Branch of China Securities Depositoryand Clearing Corporation Limited.

4. Significant changes to the profitability, assets and credit standing of the guarantor

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

5. Liabilities and change in credit of the Company at the end of the Reporting Period, as well as future casharrangements for repayment

For details on financial indicators, including asset/liability ratio, interest coverage ratio, and loan repaymentrate, refer to the “Key accounting data and financial indicators of the Company for the past two years as at the endof the Reporting Period” in this section.

The company issued targeted convertible bonds without debt rating.V. Consolidated loss of the Reporting Period Exceeding 10% of Net Assets of the last year-end

□ Applicable √ Not applicable

VI. Key Accounting Data and Financial Indicators of the Company for the past two years asat the end of the Reporting Period

ItemEnd of the Reporting PeriodDecember 31, 2021Change
Current ratio1.031.08-4.63%
Debt/asset ratio63.9%61.2%2.74%
Quick ratio0.80.8-3%
H1 2022H1 2021Change
Net profit after non-recurring profit or loss (in RMB10,000)54,269778,670-93.03%
Debt to EBITDA ratio6.99%10.70%-3.71%
Interest coverage ratio1.465.12-71.48%
Cash coverage ratio4.907.23-32.23%
EBITDA coverage ratio6.458.57-24.74%
Debt repayment ratio100%100%0.00

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Interest payment ratio100%100%0.00

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Part IX Financial Report

(For the period from January 1, 2022 to June 30, 2022)

I. Auditor’s Report

Whether the 2022 semi-annual report has been audited or not?

□ Yes √ No

The Company’s 2022 semi-annual financial report has not yet been audited.

II. Financial StatementsThe unit of the notes to the financial report is: RMB1,000.

TCL Technology Group Corporation

Consolidated Balance Sheet

___________(RMB’000)_____________

Note VJune 30, 2022January 1, 2022
Current assets
Monetary assets133,795,51731,393,692
Held-for-trading financial assets28,975,0137,601,256
Derivative financial assets3488,42870,929
Notes receivable4772,065776,202
Accounts receivable519,085,23318,238,782
Receivables financing62,223,8492,217,639
Prepayments74,038,9132,306,325
Other receivables84,172,8484,458,621
Inventories914,025,00414,083,357
Contract assets10275,288233,529
Other current assets114,160,8065,802,960
Total current assets92,012,96487,183,292
Non-current assets
Debt investments1220,136-
Long-term receivables13639,690651,118
Long-term equity investments1426,665,07025,640,578
Investments in other equity instruments15927,536927,319
Other non-current financial assets161,128,6112,704,038
Investment property17793,033761,902
Fixed assets18116,788,925113,723,759
Construction in progress1943,418,95037,029,504
Right-of-use assets202,094,6652,426,911
Intangible assets2116,169,91414,000,546
Development costs222,643,4172,540,199
Goodwill239,158,8419,158,841
Long-term deferred expenses242,469,1222,640,530
Deferred income tax assets252,816,9732,150,423
Other non-current assets2612,608,6807,449,009
Total non-current assets238,343,563221,804,677
Total assets330,356,527308,987,969
Legal representative:Li DongshengPerson-in-charge of financial affairs:Li JianPerson-in-charge of the financial department:Xi Wenbo

The attached notes to the financial statements form an integral part of the financial statements.

TCL Technology Group CorporationConsolidated Balance Sheet (Continued)

___________(RMB’000)_____________

Liabilities and shareholder equity:Note VJune 30, 2022January 1, 2022
Current liabilities
Short-term borrowings2714,811,7409,341,427
Borrowings from the Central Bank28728,7441,437,062
Customer deposits and deposits from other banks and financial institutions29265,745666,056
Held-for-trading financial liabilities30989,803925,035
Derivative financial liabilities31430,99722,205
Notes payable325,426,3523,275,296
Accounts payable3324,185,47424,297,860
Advances from customers346,0675,794
Contract liabilities354,367,6912,593,882
Employee compensation payable362,575,2693,311,933
Taxes and levies payable37744,5971,238,849
Other payables3821,623,91619,386,888
Current portion of non-current liabilities due within a one-year period3911,957,25613,006,765
Other current liabilities401,530,4241,269,887
Total current liabilities89,644,07580,778,939
Non-current liabilities
Long-term borrowings4196,482,48887,279,082
Bonds payable4213,499,15913,066,281
Lease liabilities431,156,8271,102,072
Long-term payables44723,672671,344
Long-term employee compensation payable36872,205669,931
Deferred income455,115,5962,361,205
Deferred income tax liabilities253,724,2213,158,986
Total non-current liabilities121,574,168108,308,901
Total liabilities211,218,243189,087,840
Share capital4614,030,64214,030,642
Other equity instruments47194,401200,334
Capital reserves484,185,5756,079,267
Less: Treasury stock492,311,6641,885,557
Other comprehensive income70(764,462)(409,447)
Surplus reserves502,550,1732,550,173
Specific reserves513,4681,549
General risk reserve528,9348,934
Retained earnings5321,127,03022,527,686
Total equity attributable to shareholders of the parent company39,024,09743,103,581
Non-controlling interests80,114,18776,796,548
Total shareholders’ equity119,138,284119,900,129
Total liabilities and shareholder equity330,356,527308,987,969
Legal representative:Li DongshengPerson-in-charge of financial affairs:Li JianPerson-in-charge of the financial department:Xi Wenbo

The attached notes to the financial statements form an integral part of the financial statements.

TCL Technology Group CorporationConsolidated Income Statement

___________(RMB’000)_____________

Note VJanuary - June 2022January - June 2021
1. Total revenue84,560,76074,479,982
Including: Revenue5484,522,18174,405,849
Interest income5538,57974,133
Less: Cost of sales5476,522,94458,068,971
Interest expenditures5514,29212,564
Taxes and levies56289,081294,310
Selling expenses571,053,369901,176
Administrative expenses581,716,3792,023,368
R&D expenses594,451,7643,402,959
Financial expenses601,720,1571,818,983
Including: Interest expenses2,031,2692,160,434
Interest income325,439187,547
Plus: Other income611,643,110810,034
Return on investments621,780,5152,788,205
Including: Return on investment in joint ventures and associates1,757,6501,315,184
Exchange gain5524,351964
Gain on changes in fair value63114,495(314,196)
Credit impairment loss64(27,157)(11,445)
Asset impairment loss65(1,010,287)(797,519)
Asset disposal income66(23,631)24,327
2. Operating profit1,294,17010,458,021
Plus: Non-operating income67596,540267,948
Less: Non-operating expenses6852,39211,987
3. Gross profit1,838,31810,713,982
Less: Income tax expenses69(88,398)1,416,497
4. Net profit1,926,7169,297,485
(1) Classification by business continuity
1. Net profit from continuing operations1,926,7169,239,189
2. Net profit from discontinued operations-58,296
(2) Classification by ownership
1. Net profits attributable to the owners of the parent company663,5216,802,218
2. Net profit attributable to non-controlling interests1,263,1952,495,267
5. Other comprehensive income, net of tax70(372,997)(217,489)
5.1 Other comprehensive income that cannot be reclassified into profit or loss(13,285)(184,359)
5.2 Other comprehensive income that may subsequently be reclassified into profit or loss upon satisfaction of prescribed condition(359,712)(33,130)
6. Total comprehensive income1,553,7199,079,996
Total comprehensive income attributable to the shareholders of the parent company308,5066,566,398
Total comprehensive income attributable to non-controlling interests1,245,2132,513,598
7. Earnings per share71
7.1 Basic earnings per share (RMB yuan)0.04890.5040
7.2 Diluted earnings per share (RMB yuan)0.04850.4848
Legal representative:Li DongshengPerson-in-charge of financial affairs:Li JianPerson-in-charge of the accounting department:Xi Wenbo

The attached notes to the financial statements form an integral part of the financial statements.

TCL Technology Group Corporation

Consolidated Cash Flow Statement

___________(RMB’000)_____________

Note VJanuary - June 2022January - June 2021
I. Cash flow from operations activities:
Proceeds from sale of commodities and rendering of services65,932,01260,061,126
Net increase/(decrease) in customer deposits and deposits from other banks and financial institutions(400,311)(602,777)
Net increase/(decrease) in borrowings from central bank(708,318)634,916
Cash received from interest, handling charge and commission38,57974,133
Tax and levy rebates7,032,4172,530,415
Cash generated from other operating activities725,538,3795,032,866
Sub-total of cash generated from operating activities77,432,75867,730,679
Payments for commodities and services(54,309,690)(42,679,165)
Net (increase)/decrease in loans and advances to customers(40,873)(720,348)
Net (increase)/decrease in deposits in central bank and other banks and financial institutions(73,909)(309,934)
Cash paid to and for employees(6,631,511)(4,424,050)
Taxes and levies paid(1,689,737)(2,179,393)
Cash used in other operating activities73(5,670,402)(3,522,074)
Sub-total of cash used in operating activities(68,416,122)(53,834,964)
Net cash generated from operating activities789,016,63613,895,715
II. Cash flow from investing activities:
Proceeds from disinvestments22,017,62813,223,437
Proceeds from return on investments254,501945,622
Net proceeds from disposal of fixed assets, intangible assets and other long-term assets10,504127,405
Net cash received from disposal of subsidiaries and other business units-511,576
Cash received from other related investing activities7473,7487,079
Sub-total of cash generated from investment activities22,356,38114,815,119
Payments for the acquisition and construction of fixed assets, intangible assets and other long-term assets(18,251,636)(13,684,031)
Cash paid for investments(21,384,892)(17,853,045)
Net cash paid for acquiring subsidiaries and other business units-(4,139,505)
Cash used in other investing activities75(333,406)(101,676)
Subtotal of cash used in investing activities(39,969,934)(35,778,257)
Net cash used in investing activities(17,613,553)(20,963,138)
Legal representative:Li DongshengPerson-in-charge of financial affairs:Li JianPerson-in-charge of the financial department:Xi Wenbo

The attached notes to the financial statements form an integral part of the financial statements.

TCL Technology Group CorporationConsolidated Cash Flow Statement (Continued)

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Note VJanuary - June 2022January - June 2021
III. Cash flow generated from financing activities:
Capital contributions received5,365,0108,413,591
Including: Cash received from minority shareholders of subsidiaries5,365,0108,413,591
Borrowings raised37,672,46034,898,543
Net proceeds from issuance of bonds4,500,0002,499,800
Cash generated from other financing activities766,000249,287
Sub-total of cash generated from financing activities47,543,47046,061,221
Cash paid for debt repayment(28,355,640)(25,245,482)
Cash paid for dividend and profit distribution or repayment of interests(4,802,831)(4,358,673)
Including: Dividends and profit paid by subsidiaries to minority shareholders(289,774)(219,635)
Cash used in other financing activities77(4,454,836)(3,060,099)
Subtotal of cash used in financing activities(37,613,307)(32,664,254)
Net cash generated from financing activities9,930,16313,396,967
IV. Effect of exchange rate changes on cash and cash equivalents261,370(44,249)
V. Net increase in cash and cash equivalents1,594,6166,285,295
Add: Balance of cash and cash equivalents at the beginning of the year30,081,70518,208,417
VI. Closing balance of cash and cash equivalents7931,676,32124,493,712
Legal representative:Li DongshengPerson-in-charge of financial affairs:Li JianPerson-in-charge of the financial department:Xi Wenbo

The attached notes to the financial statements form an integral part of the financial statements.

TCL Technology Group CorporationConsolidated Statement of Changes in Shareholders’ Equity

___________(RMB’000)_____________

January - June 2022
Equity attributable to shareholders of the Company as the parent
Share capitalOther equity instrumentsCapital reservesTreasury stockSpecific ReservesOther comprehensive incomeSurplus reservesAppropriation to general reserveUndistributed profitNon-controlling interestsShareholder equity Total
1. Balance as at the end of the prior year14,030,642200,3346,079,267(1,885,557)1,549(409,447)2,550,1738,93422,458,34076,611,057119,645,292
Add: Adjustment for change in accounting policy--------69,346185,491254,837
2. Balance as at the beginning of the period14,030,642200,3346,079,267(1,885,557)1,549(409,447)2,550,1738,93422,527,68676,796,548119,900,129
3. Increase/decrease in the period-(5,933)(1,893,692)(426,107)1,919(355,015)--(1,400,656)3,317,639(761,845)
3.1 Total comprehensive income-----(355,015)--663,5211,245,2131,553,719
3.2 Capital increased and reduced by shareholders-(5,933)(1,893,692)(426,107)-----4,249,5091,923,777
1. Capital increased by shareholders---------4,735,6954,735,695
2. Capital increased by holders of other equity instruments-(5,933)3,902-------(2,031)
3. Share-based payments included in owner equity--49276,664------77,156
4. Others--(1,898,086)(502,771)-----(486,186)(2,887,043)
3.3 Profit distribution----1,919---(2,050,003)(2,177,083)(4,225,167)
1. Appropriation of surplus reserves-----------
2. Appropriation of general risk reserves----1,919-----1,919
3. Appropriation to shareholders--------(2,050,003)(2,177,083)(4,227,086)
4. Others-----------
(4) Others--------(14,174)-(14,174)
4. Balance as at the end of the period14,030,642194,4014,185,575(2,311,664)3,468(764,462)2,550,1738,93421,127,03080,114,187119,138,284
Legal representative:Li DongshengPerson-in-charge of financial affairs:Li JianPerson-in-charge of the financial department:Xi Wenbo

The attached notes to the financial statements form an integral part of the financial statements.

TCL Technology Group CorporationConsolidated Statement of Changes in Shareholders’ Equity (Continued)

___________(RMB’000)_____________

2021
Equity attributable to shareholders of the Company as the parentNon-controlling interestsShareholder equity Total
Share capitalOther equity instrumentsCapital reservesTreasury stockSpecific ReservesOther comprehensive incomeSurplus reservesAppropriation to general reserveUndistributed profit
1. Balance as at the end of the prior year14,030,788-230,241-5,442,385-(1,913,029)211(145,573)-2,452,892-38614,009,49455,949,272-90,057,067
Add: Adjustment for change in accounting policy-----------------
2. Balance as at the beginning of the period14,030,788-230,241-5,442,385-(1,913,029)211(145,573)-2,452,892-38614,009,49455,949,272-90,057,067
3. Increase/decrease in the period(146)-(29,907)-636,882-27,4721,338(263,874)-97,281-8,5488,518,19220,847,276-29,843,062
3.1 Total comprehensive income--------(141,053)----10,126,7905,106,886-15,092,623
3.2 Capital increased and reduced by shareholders(146)-(29,907)-636,882-27,472-------16,271,882-16,906,183
1. Capital increased by shareholders--------------18,150,004-18,150,004
2. Capital increased by holders of other equity instruments--(29,907)-75,461-537,972---------583,526
3. Share-based payments included in owner equity(146)---2,823-118,559---------121,236
4. Others--558,598(629,059)-----(1,878,122)(1,948,583)
3.3 Profit distribution-------1,338--97,831-8,548(1,731,969)(531,492)-(2,155,744)
1. Appropriation of surplus reserves----------97,831--(97,831)---
2. Appropriation of general risk reserves-------1,338----8,548(8,548)--1,338
3. Appropriation to shareholders-------------(1,625,590)(287,220)-(1,912,810)
4. Others--------------(244,272)-(244,272)
3.4 Transfers within owners’ equity--------(122,821)-(550)--123,371---
1. Other comprehensive income transferred to retained earnings--------(122,821)-(550)--123,371---
4. Balance as at the end of the period14,030,642-200,334-6,079,267-(1,885,557)1,549(409,447)-2,550,173-8,93422,527,68676,796,548-119,900,129
Legal representative:Li DongshengPerson-in-charge of financial affairs:Li JianPerson-in-charge of the financial department:Xi Wenbo

The attached notes to the financial statements form an integral part of the financial statements.

TCL Technology Group CorporationBalance Sheet of the Company

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assetsNote XVJune 30, 2022January 1, 2022
Current assets
Monetary assets14,893,96910,467,962
Held-for-trading financial assets5,516,3894,372,557
Derivative financial assets3,792-
Accounts receivable1136,91893,566
Prepayments121,79047,333
Other receivables229,868,00413,819,512
Inventories23,39541,029
Other current assets24,34315,011
Total current assets50,588,60028,856,970
Non-current assets
Long-term equity investments373,567,16471,303,126
Investments in other equity instruments45,0005,000
Other non-current financial assets5126,6441,051,536
Investment property82,90684,795
Fixed assets33,56937,402
Construction in progress1,3601,360
Right-of-use assets440,425452,398
Intangible assets88,13693,324
Long-term deferred expenses25,16326,079
Deferred income tax assets-12
Total non-current assets74,370,36773,055,032
Total assets124,958,967101,912,002
Legal representative:Li DongshengPerson-in-charge of financial affairs:Li JianPerson-in-charge of the financial department:Xi Wenbo

The attached notes to the financial statements form an integral part of the financial statements.

TCL Technology Group CorporationBalance Sheet of the Parent Company (Continued)

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Liabilities and shareholder equity:Note XVJune 30, 2022December 31, 2021
Current liabilities
Short-term borrowings3,500,2811,250,989
Accounts payable128,836141,877
Contract liabilities78,65023,823
Employee compensation payable170,041294,653
Taxes and levies payable68,07513,076
Other payables47,315,65538,597,139
Current portion of non-current liabilities due within a one-year period7,176,3744,843,348
Other current liabilities7134,284
Total current liabilities58,438,62545,169,189
Non-current liabilities
Long-term borrowings14,490,00012,898,000
Bonds payable11,491,20511,159,524
Lease liabilities6,64813,365
Long-term employee compensation payable207,213108,384
Deferred income58,63860,198
Total non-current liabilities26,253,70424,239,471
Total liabilities84,692,32969,408,660
Share capital14,030,64214,030,642
Other equity instruments194,401200,334
Capital reserves9,900,3669,900,679
Less: Treasury stock2,311,6641,885,557
Other comprehensive income(108,127)(112,194)
Surplus reserves2,348,1092,348,109
Retained earnings16,212,9118,021,329
Total shareholders’ equity40,266,63832,503,342
Total liabilities and shareholder equity124,958,967101,912,002
Legal representative:Li DongshengPerson-in-charge of financial affairs:Li JianPerson-in-charge of the financial department:Xi Wenbo

The attached notes to the financial statements form an integral part of the financial statements.

TCL Technology Group CorporationIncome Statement of the parent company

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Note XVJanuary - June 2022January - June 2021
1. Revenue6589,571773,672
Less: Cost of sales6412,401635,555
Taxes and levies1,9619,370
Selling expenses31,93914,403
Administrative expenses136,116228,082
R&D expenses78,13664,151
Financial expenses876,773840,141
Including: Interest expenses1,271,0571,232,115
Interest income391,725411,290
Plus: Other income2,9011,757
Return on investments710,607,5571,851,151
Including: Gains on investment in joint ventures and associates7690,201627,705
Gain on changes in fair value24,47041,889
Credit impairment loss2619
Asset disposal income987-
2. Operating profit9,688,186876,786
Plus: Non-operating income574,945206,554
Less: Non-operating expenses7,3601,965
3. Gross profit10,255,7711,081,375
Less: Income tax expenses12-
4. Net profit10,255,7591,081,375
5. Other comprehensive income4,068(152,039)
6. Total comprehensive income10,259,827929,336
Legal representative:Li DongshengPerson-in-charge of financial affairs:Li JianPerson-in-charge of the financial department:Xi Wenbo

The attached notes to the financial statements form an integral part of the financial statements.

TCL Technology Group CorporationCash Flow Statement of the Company as the Parent

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Note XVJanuary - June 2022January - June 2021
I. Cash flow from operations activities:
Proceeds from sale of commodities and rendering of services421,044618,146
Tax and levy rebates1,714-
Cash generated from other operating activities1,592,52221,091,888
Sub-total of cash generated from operating activities2,015,28021,710,034
Payments for commodities and services(453,962)(487,959)
Cash paid to and for employees(141,860)(97,433)
Taxes and levies paid(36,637)(133,486)
Cash used in other operating activities(407,266)(1,102,683)
Sub-total of cash used in operating activities(1,039,725)(1,821,561)
Net cash generated from operating activities8975,55519,888,473
II. Cash flow from investment activities:
Proceeds from disinvestments6,242,0227,176,816
Proceeds from return on investments70,8981,855,032
Net proceeds from disposal of fixed assets, intangible assets and other long-term assets24-
Sub-total of cash generated from investment activities6,312,9449,031,848
Payments for the acquisition and construction of fixed assets, intangible assets and other long-term assets(5,860)(15,930)
Cash paid for investment(6,974,584)(20,669,875)
Cash used in other investing activities--
Subtotal of cash used in investing activities(6,980,444)(20,685,805)
Net cash used in investing activities(667,500)(11,653,957)
Legal representative:Li DongshengPerson-in-charge of financial affairs:Li JianPerson-in-charge of the financial department:Xi Wenbo

The attached notes to the financial statements form an integral part of the financial statements.

TCL Technology Group CorporationCash Flow Statement of the Parent Company (Continued)

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Note XVJanuary - June 2022January - June 2021
III. Cash flow generated from financing activities:
Capital contributions received--
Borrowings raised14,931,0008,200,000
Net proceeds from issuance of bonds4,500,0002,499,800
Cash generated from other financing activities106,878-
Sub-total of cash generated from financing activities19,537,87810,699,800
Cash paid for debt repayment(12,364,006)(10,571,804)
Cash paid for distribution of dividends and profits or repayment of interests(2,625,194)(2,236,916)
Cash used in other financing activities(535,295)(409,734)
Subtotal of cash used in financing activities(15,524,495)(13,218,454)
Net cash generated from financing activities4,013,383(2,518,654)
IV. Effect of exchange rate changes on cash and cash equivalents15,223(18,448)
V. Net increase in cash and cash equivalents4,336,6615,697,414
Add: Balance of cash and cash equivalents at the beginning of the year10,401,3792,196,283
VI. Closing balance of cash and cash equivalents914,738,0407,893,697
Legal representative:Li DongshengPerson-in-charge of financial affairs:Li JianPerson-in-charge of the financial department:Xi Wenbo

The attached notes to the financial statements form an integral part of the financial statements.

TCL Technology Group CorporationStatement of Changes in Shareholders’ Equity of the Company

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January - June 2022
Share capitalOther equity instrumentsCapital reservesTreasury stockOther comprehensive incomeSurplus reservesRetained earningsTotal shareholders’ equity
1. Balance as at the end of the prior year14,030,642200,3349,900,679(1,885,557)(112,194)2,348,1098,021,32932,503,342
Add: Adjustment for change in accounting policy--------
2. Balance as at the beginning of the period14,030,642200,3349,900,679(1,885,557)(112,194)2,348,1098,021,32932,503,342
3. Increase/decrease in the period-(5,933)(313)(426,107)4,067-8,191,5827,763,296
3.1 Total comprehensive income----4,067-10,255,75910,259,826
3.2 Capital increased and reduced by shareholders-(5,933)(313)(426,107)---(432,353)
1. Capital increased by owners--------
2. Capital increased by holders of other equity instruments-(5,933)3,902----(2,031)
3. Share-based payments included in owner equity--49276,664---77,156
4. Others--(4,707)(502,771)---(507,478)
3.3 Profit distribution------(2,050,003)(2,050,003)
1. Appropriation of surplus reserves--------
2. Appropriation to shareholders------(2,050,003)(2,050,003)
3. Others--------
(4) Others------(14,174)(14,174)
4. Balance as at the end of the period14,030,642194,4019,900,366(2,311,664)(108,127)2,348,10916,212,91140,266,638
Legal representative:Li DongshengPerson-in-charge of financial affairs:Li JianPerson-in-charge of the financial department:Xi Wenbo

The attached notes to the financial statements form an integral part of the financial statements.

TCL Technology Group CorporationStatement of Changes in Shareholders’ Equity of the Company (Continued)

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2021
Share capitalOther equity instrumentsCapital reservesTreasury stockOther comprehensive incomeSurplus reservesRetained earningsTotal shareholders’ equity
1. Balance as at the end of the prior year14,030,788230,2419,846,835(1,913,029)141,9982,250,8288,771,39433,359,055
Add: Adjustment for change in accounting policy--------
2. Balance as at the beginning of the period14,030,788230,2419,846,835(1,913,029)141,9982,250,8288,771,39433,359,055
3. Increase/decrease in the period(146)(29,907)53,84427,472(254,192)97,281(750,065)(855,713)
3.1 Total comprehensive income----(259,690)-978,304718,614
3.2 Capital increased and reduced by shareholders(146)(29,907)53,84427,472---51,263
1. Capital increased by owners--------
2. Capital increased by holders of other equity instruments-(29,907)75,461537,972---583,526
3. Share-based payments included in owner equity(146)-(3,278)118,560--115,136
4. Others--(18,339)(629,060)--(647,399)
3.3 Profit distribution-----97,831(1,723,421)(1,625,590)
1. Appropriation of surplus reserves-----97,831(97,831)-
2. Appropriation to shareholders------(1,625,590)(1,625,590)
3. Others--------
3.4 Transfers within owners’ equity----5,498(550)(4,948)-
1. Other comprehensive income transferred into retained earnings----5,498(550)(4,948)-
4. Balance as at the end of the period14,030,642200,3349,900,679(1,885,557)(112,194)2,348,1098,021,32932,503,342
Legal representative:Li DongshengPerson-in-charge of financial affairs:Li JianPerson-in-charge of the financial department:Xi Wenbo

The attached notes to the financial statements form an integral part of the financial statements.

I General information

(1) Place of incorporation and organizational structure

TCL Technology Group Corporation (hereinafter referred to as the “Company”) is a limited liability company incorporated in the People's Republic of China (hereinafter referred to as "China") on July 17, 1997 under the Company Law of the People's Republic of China (hereinafter referred to as the “Company Law”). As per the approval documents of YBH [2002] No. 94 and YFH [2002] No. 134 issued by the People’s Government of Guangdong Province, and YJMH [2002] No. 112 and YJMH [2002] No. 184 issued by the Economic and Trade Commission of Guangdong Province, the Company was changed to a joint stock limited company with a registered capital of RMB1,591,935,200, which was approved by Guangdong Province Administration for Industry and Commerce on April 19, 2002. The registration number is 4400001009990. Upon approval of ZJFXZ [2004] Document No. 1 issued by the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) on January 2, 2004, the Company was permitted to issue 590,000,000 shares to the public on January 7, 2004 and 404,395,944 common shares denominated in RMB (A shares) to all public shareholders of TCL Communication Equipment Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as " TCL Communication Equipment") in a stock-for-stock deal, which were listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange on January 30, 2004. The shares issued to the public were all priced online, with a par value of RMB1 and an issue price of RMB4.26 per share, raising a total of RMB2,513,400,000. Upon the completion of the issue, the registered capital of the Company increased to RMB2,586,331,144 and on July 16, 2004, the Company was approved by the Guangdong Province Administration for Industry and Commerce to change its business license to Business License QGYZZ No. 003362. Upon the completion of the shareholder structure reform and the expiration of the share lockup period, the foreign shareholding ratio in the Company was less than 10%. On September 11, 2007, the Company was approved by Guangdong Province Administration for Industry and Commerce to change its business license to Business License No. 440000000011990. Upon the approval of the CSRC on January 7, 2009 with the ZJXK [2009] Document No. 12, the Company privately placed 350,600,000 common shares denominated in RMB (A shares) to designated investors on April 23, 2009, with a par value of RMB1 and an issue price of RMB2.58 per share, raising a total of RMB904,548,000. Upon the completion of the issue, the registered capital of the Company increased from RMB2,586,331,144 to RMB2,936,931,144, and on June 2, 2009, the Company was approved by Guangdong Province Administration for Industry and Commerce to change its business license to Business License No. 440000000011990. Upon the approval of the CSRC on May 27, 2010 with the ZJXK [2010] Document No. 719, the Company privately placed 1,301,178,273 common shares denominated in RMB (A shares) to designated investors on July 26, 2010, with a par value of RMB1 and an issue price of RMB3.46 per share, raising a total of RMB4,502,076,824.58. Upon the completion of this deal, the registered capital of the Company increased from RMB2,936,931,144 to RMB4,238,109,417, and on September 19, 2010, the Company was approved by Guangdong Province Administration for Industry and Commerce to change its business license to Business License No. 440000000011990. On May 19, 2011, the Company carried out a bonus issue of 10 additional shares for every 10 shares to all the shareholders with capital reserves, representing a total of 4,238,109,417 new shares, with a par value of RMB1 per share. Upon the completion of this bonus issue, the registered capital of the Company increased from RMB4,238,109,417 to RMB8,476,218,834, and on June 27, 2011, the Company was approved by Huizhou Administration for Industry and Commerce to change its business license to Business License No. 440000000011990. During the years of 2013 and 2014, the exercise of 58,870,080 stock options increased the total share capital of the Company from 8,476,218,834 shares to 8,535,088,914 shares.
IGeneral information (continued)
(1)Place of incorporation and organizational structure (continued)
Upon the approval of the CSRC on February 13, 2014 with the[2014] Document No. 201, the Company privately placed 917,324,357 ordinary shares denominated in RMB (A shares) to designated investors on April 30, 2009, with a par value of RMB1 and an issue price of RMB2.18 per share, raising a total of RMB1,999,767,098.26. Upon the completion of the issue, the registered capital of the Company increased from RMB8,535,088,914 to RMB9,452,413,271, and on June 10, 2014, the Company was approved by Huizhou Administration for Industry and Commerce to change its business license to Business License No. 440000000011990. During 2015, 48,357,920 stock options were exercised under an incentive plan of the Company, and upon approval by the CSRC on January 28, 2015 with the ZJXK [2015] Document No.151, the Company issued 2,727,588,511 shares in a private placement. As such, the total share capital of the Company increased from 9,452,413,271 shares to 12,228,359,702 shares. During 2016, 923,340 stock options were exercised under an incentive plan of the Company, and the share capital of the Company increased from 12,228,359,702 shares to 12,229,283,042 shares. Later, 15,601,300 shares were repurchased and retired, and the share capital of the Company decreased from 12,229,283,042 shares to 12,213,681,742 shares. On April 26, 2016, the Company was approved by Huizhou Administration for Industry and Commerce to change its business license to Business License No. 91441300195971850Y (unified social credit code). During 2017, the Company acquired stake in subsidiary TCL China Star Optoelectronics Technology Co., Ltd. by means of a new issue of 1,301,290,321 shares. Upon the completion of this issue, the total share capital of the Company increased from 12,213,681,742 shares to 13,514,972,063 shares. During 2018, the Proposal on the Grant of Restricted Stock to Awardees was approved at the 7th Meeting of the Sixth Session of the Board of Directors, and a total of 34,676,444 shares were subscribed for under the restricted stock incentive plan. Upon the completion of this deal, the total share capital of the Company increased from 13,514,972,063 shares to 13,549,648,507 shares. In 2019, the Company repurchased and retired 21,209,788 restricted shares that had been granted to certain awardees under the 2018 Restricted Stock Incentive Plan & Global Innovation Partner Plan but were still subject to lockup restriction. As such, the total share capital of the Company decreased from 13,549,648,507 to 13,528,438,719 shares. During 2020, the Proposal on the Intended Change of the Company’s Full Name and Stock Name were approved respectively at the 23rd Meeting of the Sixth Session of the Board of Directors and the First Extraordinary General Meeting of 2020. The name of the Company was then changed from “TCL Corporation” to “TCL Technology Group Corporation” (abbreviation from “TCL CORP.” to “TCL TECH.”) since February 7, 2020, with the stock name changed from “TCL CORP.” to “TCL TECH.” while the stock code “000100” remained unchanged.
In July 2020, the Company repurchased and retired 9,159,308 restricted shares that had been granted under the 2018 and 2019 Restricted Stock Incentive Plans but were still subject to lockup restriction. As such, the total share capital of the Company decreased from 13,528,438,719 to 13,519,279,411 shares. In October 2020, the Company issued 511,508,951 new shares to acquire a non-controlling interest in a subsidiary - Wuhan China Star Optoelectronics Technology Co., Ltd. Upon the completion of this deal, the total share capital of the Company increased from 13,519,279,411 shares to 14,030,788,362 shares.

I General information (continued)

In September 2021, the Company repurchased and retired 145,941 restricted shares that had been granted under the 2019 Restricted Stock Incentive Plans but were still locked up. As such, the total share capital of the Company decreased from 14,030,788,362 to 14,030,642,421 shares.
As of June 30, 2022, the total issued share capital of the Company was 14,030,642,421 shares. See note V.
46 for details.
The registered address of the Company is: TCL Tech Building, 17 Huifeng Third Road, Zhongkai Hi-Tech Development District, Huizhou City, Guangdong Province.

(2)Scope of business

The Company and its subsidiaries (collectively referred to as the “Company”) are primarily engaged in the research, development, production and sales of semi-conductors, electronic products and communication devices, new optoelectronic products, liquid crystal display devices, import and export of goods and technologies (excluding goods and technologies that are prohibited from import and export or require an administrative approval for import and export), venture capital business and venture capital consultation, entrepreneurial management services for start-up enterprises, participation in the initiation of venture capital institutions and investment management advisory institutions, immovable property leasing, IT services, conference services, computer technical services and development service of electronic products and technologies, development and sale of software, patent transfer, customs clearance services, consulting services, payments and settlements (where any approval from any relevant department is required according to law, it must be obtained before carrying out the relevant operations activities).

(3)Authorization of publishing the financial report

These financial statements were authorized for publishing by the Company’s Board of Directors on August 26, 2022.

II Scope of consolidated financial statements

As at the end of the reporting period, for subsidiaries included in the consolidated financial statements, please refer to Note VII, 1, (1) Breakdown of important subsidiaries. For the changes to the scope of the consolidated financial statements of the reporting period, see Note VI.

III Significant accounting policies and accounting estimates

1 Basis for the preparation of financial statements

The preparation of financial statements of the Company is based on the actual transactions and events in accordance with the Corporate Accounting Standards - Basic Standards published by the Ministry of Finance and specific corporate accounting standards, application guidelines for corporate accounting standards, corporate accounting standards interpretations and other relevant regulations (hereinafter collectively referred to as "corporate accounting standards") for confirmation and measurement, combining the provisions of Regulations on Information Disclosure and Compilation of Companies Offering Securities to the Public No. 15 - General Provisions on Financial Reports (revised in 2014) published by CSRC.

2 Going concern basis

The Company has evaluated the ability to continue as a going concern for 12 months from the end of the reporting period and has not identified any issues or circumstances that result in significant doubts about its ability to continue as a going concern. Therefore, the financial statements have been prepared on a going concern basis.
IIISignificant accounting policies and accounting estimates (continued)

3 Statement of compliance with corporate accounting standards

The financial statements are in compliance with the requirements of the corporate accounting standards, and truly and completely reflect the financial status, operating results, cash flow and other relevant information of the Company during the reporting period.

4 Accounting period

The Company adopts the calendar year as accounting year, and an accounting year is from January 1 to December 31.

5 Operations cycle

The Company does not take the operating cycle as the criteria for liquidity classification of assets and liabilities.

6 Functional currency for bookkeeping

Renminbi ("RMB") is both the functional currency and the presentation currency for preparation of the financial statements. Unless otherwise specified, these financial statements shall be presented in the unit of RMB'000.

7 Accounting treatments for business combinations involving enterprises under and not under common control

(1)When the terms, conditions and economic influence of transactions in the process of a step-by-step combination conform to one or more of the following, accounting for multiple transactions is treated as a package transaction:
(a)these transactions are made simultaneously or with consideration of influence on each other;
(b)these transactions can only achieve a complete business outcome when treated as a whole;
(c)the occurrence of a transaction depends on the occurrence of at least one of the other transactions;
(d)A transaction alone is uneconomical, but is economical when considered together with other transactions.
(2)Business combinations involving enterprises under common control
(a)Individual financial statement
The assets and liabilities acquired by the Company in business combinations are measured at the carrying value of assets and liabilities of the combined party on the date of combination (including the goodwill of the ultimate controlling party resulting from the acquisition of the combined party). The difference between the carrying value of net assets acquired in the combination and that of the consideration paid for the combination (or the total par value of shares issued) is used to adjust the capital stock premium in the capital reserve, and when the capital stock premium in the capital reserve is insufficient for offset, it is used to adjust the retained earnings. If there is a contingent consideration and it is necessary to confirm the estimated liabilities or assets, the difference between the estimated liabilities or assets and the settlement of subsequent contingent consideration is used to adjust the capital reserve (capital stock premium), and when the capital reserve is insufficient, it is used to adjust the retained earnings.
IIISignificant accounting policies and accounting estimates (continued)
7Accounting treatments for business combinations involving enterprises under and not under common control (continued)
(2)Business combinations involving enterprises under common control (continued)
(a)Individual financial statements (continued)
For a business combination that is ultimately realized through multiple transactions, if it is a package transaction, each transaction is treated as a transaction that acquires control; if it is not a package transaction, on the date of acquisition of control, the difference between the initial cost of long-term equity investments and the book value of long-term equity investments before the combination plus the book value of the newly paid considerations on the date of combination is used to adjust the capital reserve; and when the capital reserve is insufficient for offset, it is used to adjust the retained earnings. For equity investments held prior to the date of combination, no accounting treatment is carried out for other comprehensive gains recognized by equity accounting or financial instrument confirmation and measurement standards, and up to the disposal of the investment, the accounting treatment shall be based on the same basis as the direct disposal of the assets or liabilities of the invested entity; other changes in the owner’s equity other than net profit or loss, other comprehensive income or profit distribution of net assets of the invested company recognized as equity are not subject to accounting, and will be transferred to the current profit and loss until disposal of the investment.
The agency fees paid for audits, legal services, assessments and consultations and other direct related expenses incurred in the business combination are recognized in profit or loss in the period in which they were incurred. The transaction costs for the issuance of equity securities for the business combination that may be directly attributed to equity transactions can be deducted from equity; transaction costs directly related to the issuance of a debt instrument as a combination consideration are treated as an initial recognized amount included in the debt instrument.
If the combined party has a consolidated financial statement, the initial investment cost of the long-term equity investment is determined based on the owners' equity attributable to the parent company in the consolidated financial statements of the combined party.
(b)Consolidated financial statements
The assets and liabilities acquired by the combining party in the business combination are measured at the carrying value of the owners' equity of the combined party in the consolidated financial statements of the ultimate controlling party.
For the case where a business combination is finally realized through multiple transactions, if it is a package transaction, each transaction is treated as a transaction for acquiring control; if it is not a package transaction, the long-term equity investments held by the combined party before the combination, the gains and losses, other comprehensive income and other changes in owners' equity have been recognized between the date of acquisition or the date of the combining party and the combined party under the final control of the same party, whichever is later, and the date of combination. These are used to offset the initial retained earnings or current profit and loss during the comparative reporting periods respectively.
If the accounting policies adopted by the combined parties are inconsistent with those adopted by the Company, the Company shall make adjustments in accordance with the accounting policies of the Company on the date of combination, and on this basis, confirm the consolidated financial statements in accordance with the provisions of Accounting Standards for Business Enterprises.
IIISignificant accounting policies and accounting estimates (continued)
7Accounting treatments for business combinations involving enterprises under and not under common control (continued)
(3)Combination not under common control
The assets paid and liabilities incurred or assumed by the Company as a consideration for the business combination are measured at fair value on the date of purchase, and the difference between the fair value and the carrying value is recognized in profit or loss. Where a future event that may affect the combination costs is agreed in the combination contract, if the estimated future events are likely to occur on the date of purchase and the amount of the impact on combination costs can be reliably measured, it is also included in the combination costs.
The agency fees paid for audits, legal services, assessments and consultations and other directly related expenses incurred in the business combination are recognized in profit or loss during the period in which they are incurred. The transaction costs for the issuance of equity securities for the business combination that may be directly attributed to equity transactions can be deducted from equity;
The difference between the higher combination cost and lower fair value of identifiable net assets of the acquiree gained in the combination is recognized as goodwill by the Company. In case that the cost of combination is less than the fair value of the identifiable net assets of the acquiree gained in the combination, and the difference is still less than the fair value of identifiable net assets of the acquiree gain in the combination after review, the difference is included in the current profit and loss by the Company.
For the case where a business combination involving enterprises not under common control is finally realized through multiple transactions step by step, if it is a package transaction, each transaction is treated as a transaction for acquiring control; if it is not a package transaction, the individual financial statements and consolidated financial statements are treated separately for accounting purposes.
(a)In the individual financial statements, if the equity investment held before the date of combination is accounted for in the equity method, the sum of the book value of equity investments of the acquiree held before the date of acquisition plus the new investment cost on the date of acquisition is recognized as the initial cost of the investment; the remaining comprehensive income confirmed in equity investments by the equity method before the date of acquisition is accounted for, when the investment is disposed, on the same basis as those the investee adopted directly to dispose of the relevant assets or liabilities.
If the equity investment held before the date of combination is accounted for by financial instrument recognition and measurement criteria, the sum of the fair value of equity investment on the date of combination plus the new investment cost is taken as the initial investment cost on the date of combination. The difference between the fair value and the carrying value of the original equity interest, and the accumulated fair value changes originally included in other comprehensive income should be transferred to return on investment in the current period of combination date.
(b)In the consolidated financial statements, the equity of the acquiree held before the date of acquisition is re-measured according to the fair value of the equity on the date of acquisition. The difference between the fair value and the book value is included in the current return on investment; if the equity of the acquiree held before the date of acquisition involves other comprehensive income, etc. under the equity method, other comprehensive income, etc. related to it is converted into return on investment in the current period of the acquisition date.
IIISignificant accounting policies and accounting estimates (continued)

8 Method for preparing consolidated financial statements

The scope of consolidation of the Company's consolidated financial statements is determined on the basis of control, and all subsidiaries (including separate entities controlled by the parent Company) are included in the consolidated financial statements.
The accounting policies and accounting periods adopted by all subsidiaries included in the consolidated financial statements are consistent with the Company. If the accounting policies or accounting periods adopted by the subsidiaries are inconsistent with the Company, necessary adjustments will be made in accordance with the Company's accounting policies and accounting periods when preparing consolidated financial statements. The consolidated financial statements are based on the financial statements of the Company and its subsidiaries as well as other relevant information, and are prepared by the Company after adjusting the long-term equity investments for the subsidiaries in accordance with the equity method.
The impact of internal transactions between the Company and its subsidiaries, and internal transactions between subsidiaries, on the consolidated balance sheet, consolidated income statement, consolidated cash flow statement and consolidated statement of changes in shareholder equity is offset in the preparation of consolidated financial statements.
If the current losses shared by the minority shareholders of a subsidiary exceed the share enjoyed by the minority shareholder in the initial owners' equity of the subsidiary, the balance will still reduce the minority interests.
During the reporting period, if a subsidiary or business is added due to the business combination involving enterprises under common control, the opening balance of the consolidated balance sheet is adjusted; the income, expenses and profits of the subsidiary or business from the beginning of the period of combination to the end of the reporting period are included in the consolidated income statement; the cash flows of the subsidiary or business from the beginning of the period of combination to the end of the reporting period are included in the consolidated cash flow statement. If a subsidiary or business is added due to a business combination involving enterprises under non-common control, the opening balance of the consolidated balance sheet is not adjusted; the income, expenses and profits of the subsidiary or business from the date of acquisition to the end of the reporting period are included in the consolidated income statement; the cash flow of the subsidiary or business from the date of acquisition to the end of the reporting period is included in the consolidated cash flow statement.
During the reporting period, if a subsidiary or business is added due to a business combination involving enterprises under non-common control, the opening balance of the consolidated balance sheet is not adjusted; the income, expenses and profits of the subsidiary or business from the date of acquisition to the end of the reporting period are included in the consolidated income statement; the cash flow of the subsidiary or business from the date of acquisition to the end of the reporting period is included in the consolidated cash flow statement.
During the reporting period, if the Company disposes of a subsidiary or business, the income, expenses and profits of the subsidiary or business from the beginning of the period to the disposal date are included in the consolidated income statement; the cash flow of the subsidiary or business from the beginning of the reporting period to the disposal date is included in the consolidated cash flow statement.
When the Company loses control over the investee due to disposal of part of the equity investment or other reasons, the remaining equity investment after disposal will be re-measured according to its fair value by the Company on the date of loss of control. The difference of the sum of the consideration obtained from the disposal of the equity and the fair value of the remaining equity, less the sum of the share of net assets and goodwill of the original subsidiary that should be enjoyed in accordance with the original share-holding ratio since the date of acquisition or combination, is accounted for the return on investment in the current period of loss of control. Other comprehensive income or net profit and loss related to the original subsidiary's equity investment, other comprehensive income and other changes in owners' equity other than profit distribution, will be transferred into current return on investment when control is lost, except for other comprehensive gains arising from the re-measurement of net liabilities of the Benefit Plan made by the investee or changes in net assets.
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9 Classification of joint arrangements and accounting treatment method for joint operations

(1)Classification of joint arrangements
The Company classifies a joint arrangement as a joint operation or a joint venture according to factors such as the structure and legal form of the joint arrangement, the terms agreed in the joint arrangement, other relevant facts and circumstances.
Joint arrangements not reached through independent entities are classified as joint operations; joint arrangements reached through independent entities are usually classified as joint ventures; however, a joint arrangement that is indicated by conclusive evidence of meeting any of the following conditions and meeting the provisions of relevant laws and regulations is classified as a joint operation: ① The legal form of the joint arrangement indicates that the joint venturers have rights to the assets, and obligations for the liabilities, relating to the arrangement. ② The contractual terms of the joint arrangement stipulates that the joint venturers have rights to the assets, and obligations for the liabilities, relating to the arrangement. ③ Other relevant facts and circumstances show that the joint venturers have rights to the assets, and obligations for the liabilities, relating to the arrangement. For example, the joint venturers are eligible to almost all the output related to the joint arrangement, and the repayment of the liabilities relating to the arrangement continues relying on the support of the parties.
(2)Accounting treatment
The Company shall recognize the following items in relation to interest in the joint operation, and carry out accounting treatment in accordance with the provisions of relevant accounting standards for business enterprises: ① its assets, including its share of any assets held jointly; ② its liabilities, including its share of any liabilities incurred jointly; ③ its revenue from the sale of its share of the output arising from the joint operations; ④ its share of the revenue from the sale of the output by the joint operations; and ⑤ its expenses, including its share of any expenses incurred jointly.
If investing or selling assets (except those that constitute a business), etc., into or to the joint operation, the Company shall only recognize the part of the profit and loss arising from the transaction attributable to other participants in the joint operation, before the assets, etc., are sold to a third party by the joint operation. The Company will recognize in full the asset impairment loss arising if the assets invested or sold are impaired in compliance with the Accounting Standards for Business Enterprises No. 8 - Asset Impairment, etc.
If purchasing assets (except those that constitute a business), etc., from the joint operation, the Company shall only recognize the part of the profit and loss arising from the transaction attributable to other participants in the joint operation, before the assets, etc., are sold to a third party by the Company. The Company will recognize its share of the asset impairment loss arising if the assets purchased are impaired in compliance with the Accounting Standards for Business Enterprises No. 8 - Asset Impairment, etc.
The Company does not enjoy joint control over the joint operations. If the Company has rights to the assets, and obligations for the liabilities, relating to the joint operation, it shall still be accounted for by the above principles; otherwise, it shall be accounted for by the relevant accounting standards for business enterprises.
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10 Criteria for determining cash and cash equivalents

In the preparation of the cash flow statement, the Company recognizes cash holdings and deposits that can be used for payment at any time as cash.
The Company recognizes cash that is easily converted into known amount with short holding period (generally due within three months from the date of purchase) and strong liquidity, and investments with low risk of changes in value (including investments in bonds within three months, while excluding equity investments), as cash equivalents.

11 Foreign currency business and translation of foreign currency statements

(1)Foreign currency transactions
Foreign currency transactions between the Company and its subsidiaries are translated into base currency at the spot exchange rate on the transaction date.
Foreign currency monetary items are translated at the spot exchange rate on the balance sheet date, and the exchange differences resulted therefrom, except that the exchange differences arising from special foreign currency loans related to the acquisition and construction of assets eligible for capitalization should be treated in accordance with the principle of capitalization of borrowing costs, are all included in the current profit and loss. Foreign currency non-monetary items measured at historical cost are still translated at the spot exchange rate on the transaction date, and the amount of base currency for bookkeeping is not changed.
Foreign currency non-monetary items measured at fair value are translated at the spot exchange rates on the date when the fair value is determined, and the exchange differences resulted therefrom are included in profit or loss in the current period as a change in fair value. In the case of foreign currency non-monetary items that are at fair value through other comprehensive income, the exchange differences incurred are included in other comprehensive income.
(2)Translation of foreign currency financial statement
When the Company translates the financial statements of overseas operations, the assets and liabilities in the balance sheet are translated at the spot exchange rate on the balance sheet date. The owner’s equity items, except for the “undistributed profits” item, are translated at the spot exchange rate at the time of occurrence of the items. All the incurred items in the income statement are translated at the current average exchange rate of the period in which transactions occur.
The translation differences of foreign currency financial statement arising from the above translation are included in other comprehensive income. When disposing of an overseas operation, the translation differences in the foreign currency financial statements related to the foreign operation listed in other comprehensive income items in the balance sheet are transferred from the other comprehensive income item to the current profit and loss. All the incurred items in the cash flow statement are translated at the current average exchange rate of the period in which transactions occur. All the opening balance and actual amount of the previous year are listed on the basis of the amount translated in the previous year.
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When the Company becomes a party to a financial instrument, it recognizes a financial asset or liability.
The effective interest method refers to the method of calculating the amortized cost of financial assets or liabilities and allocating interest income or interest expenses into each accounting period.
The effective interest rate refers to the interest rate used to discount the estimated future cash flow of a financial asset or financial liability during its expected duration to the book balance of the financial asset or the amortized cost of the financial liability. When determining the effective interest rate, the expected cash flow is estimated on the basis of considering all contract terms of financial assets or liabilities (such as prepayment, extension, call options or other similar options), but the expected credit loss is not considered.
The amortized cost of a financial asset or financial liability is the accumulated amortization amount formed by deducting the repaid principal from the initial recognition amount of the financial asset or financial liability, adding or subtracting the difference between the initial recognition amount and the maturity amount by using the effective interest method, and then deducting the accumulated accrued loss reserve (only applicable to financial assets).
(1)Classification and measurement of financial assets
According to the business model of the financial assets under management and the contractual cash flow characteristics of the financial assets, the Company divides the financial assets into the following three categories:
(a)Financial assets at amortized cost.
(b)Financial assets at fair value through other comprehensive income.
(c)Financial assets at fair value through profit or loss.
Financial assets are measured at fair value when initially recognized, but if the accounts or notes receivable arising from the sale of goods or the provision of services do not contain significant financing components or do not consider financing components for no more than one year, the initial measurement shall be made at the transaction price.
For financial assets at fair value through profit or loss, transaction expenses are directly recognized in the current profit and loss. For other financial assets, transaction expenses are included in the initial recognition amount.
Subsequent measurement of financial assets depends on their classification. All related financial assets affected will be reclassified when and only when the Company changes its business model of managing financial assets.
(a)Financial assets classified as measured at amortized cost
The contract terms of a financial asset stipulate that the cash flow generated on a specific date is only the payment of the principal and the interest on the amount of outstanding principal, and the business model for managing the financial asset is to collect the contractual cash flow, then the Company classifies the financial asset as measured at amortized cost. Financial assets of the Company that are classified as measured at amortized cost include monetary assets, notes receivable, accounts receivable, other receivables, long-term receivables, debt investments, etc.
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(1)Classification and measurement of financial assets (continued)
The Company recognizes interest income from such financial assets with the effective interest method, and carries out subsequent measurement at amortized cost. Gains or losses arising from impairment or derecognition or modification are included in current profit and loss. The Company calculates and determines the interest income based on the book balance of financial assets multiplied by the effective interest rate except for the following circumstances:
① For purchased or originated credit-impaired financial assets, the Company calculates and determines their interest income at the amortized cost of the financial assets and the credit-adjusted effective interest rate since the initial recognition. ② For financial assets not credit-impaired at the time of being purchased or originated but in the subsequent period, the Company calculates and determines their interest income at the amortized cost and the effective interest rate of the financial assets in the subsequent period. If the financial instrument is no longer credit-impaired due to the improvement of its credit risk in the subsequent period, the Company calculates and determines the interest income by multiplying the effective interest rate by the book balance of the financial asset.
(b)Financial assets classified as measured at fair value through other comprehensive income
The contract terms of a financial asset stipulate that the cash flow generated on a specific date is only the payment of the principal and the interest on the amount of outstanding principal, and the business model for managing the financial assets is both to collect contractual cash flow and for its sale, then the Company classifies the financial assets as measured at fair value through other comprehensive income.
The Company recognizes interest income from such financial assets with the effective interest method. Except that the interest income, impairment loss and exchange difference are recognized as the current profit and loss, other changes in fair value are included in other comprehensive income. When the financial asset is derecognized, the accumulated gains or losses previously included in other comprehensive income are transferred out and included in the current profit and loss.
Notes and accounts receivable at fair value through other comprehensive income are reported as receivables financing, and such other financial assets are reported as other debt investments. Among them, other debt investments maturing within one year from the balance sheet date are reported as the current portion of non-current assets, and other debt investments maturing within one year are reported as other current assets.
(c)Financial assets designated as measured at fair value through other comprehensive income
At the time of initial recognition, the Company may irrevocably designate non-trading equity instrument investments as financial assets at fair value through other comprehensive income on the basis of individual financial assets.
Changes in the fair value of such financial assets are included in other comprehensive income without allowance for impairment. When the financial asset is derecognized, the accumulated gains or losses previously included in other comprehensive income are transferred out and included in the retained earnings. During the investment period when the Company holds the equity instrument, the dividend income is recognized and included in the current profit and loss when the Company's right to receive dividends has been established, the economic benefits related to dividends are likely to flow into the Company, and the amount of dividends can be measured reliably. The Company reports such financial assets under the item of investments in other equity instruments.
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(1)Classification and measurement of financial assets (continued)
An investment in equity instruments is a financial asset at fair value through profit or loss when it is obtained mainly for recent sale, or is part of the identifiable portfolio of financial assets centrally managed when initially recognized and objective evidence exists for a short-term profit model in the near future, or is a derivative (except for derivatives defined as financial guarantee contracts and designated as effective hedging instruments).
(d)Financial assets classified as measured at fair value through profit or loss
If failing to be classified as measured at amortized cost or at fair value through other comprehensive income, or not designated as measured at fair value through other comprehensive income, financial assets are all classified as measured at fair value through profit or loss.
The Company carries out subsequent measurement of such financial assets at fair value, and includes gains or losses arising from changes in fair value as well as dividends and interest income associated with such financial assets into current profits and losses.
The Company reports such financial assets as held-for-trading financial assets and other non-current financial assets according to their liquidity.
(e)Financial assets designated as measured at fair value through profit or loss
At the time of initial recognition, the Company may irrevocably designate financial assets as measured at fair value through profit or loss on the basis of individual financial assets in order to eliminate or significantly reduce accounting mismatches.
If the mixed contract contains one or more embedded derivative instruments and its main contract is not any financial asset as above, the Company may designate the whole of the mixed contract as a financial instrument at fair value through profit or loss. Except under the following circumstances:
① Embedded derivatives do not significantly change the cash flow of mixed contracts. ② When determining for the first time whether similar mixed contracts need to be split, it is almost clear that embedded derivatives contained in them should not be split without analysis. If the prepayment right embedded in a loan allows the holder to prepay the loan at an amount close to the amortized cost, the prepayment right does not need to be split.
The Company carries out subsequent measurement of such financial assets at fair value, and includes gains or losses arising from changes in fair value as well as dividends and interest income associated with such financial assets into current profits and losses.
The Company reports such financial assets as held-for-trading financial assets and other non-current financial assets according to their liquidity.
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(2)Classification and measurement of financial liabilities
The Company classifies a financial instrument or its components into financial liabilities or equity instruments upon initial recognition according to the contract terms of and the economic essence reflected by the financial instrument issued, rather than only in legal form, in combination with the definitions of financial liabilities and equity instruments. Financial liabilities are classified at initial recognition as measured at fair value through profit or loss, or other financial liabilities, or derivatives designated as effective hedging instruments.
Financial liabilities are measured at fair value upon initial recognition. For financial liabilities at fair value through profit or loss, relevant transaction expenses are directly included in current profits and losses; For other categories of financial liabilities, relevant transaction expenses are included in the initial recognition amount.
Subsequent measurement of financial liabilities depends on their classification:
(a)Financial liabilities at fair value through profit or loss
Such financial liabilities include held-for-trading financial liabilities (including derivatives falling under financial liabilities) and financial liabilities designated as measured at fair value upon initial recognition and through profit or loss.
A financial liability is a held-for-trading financial liability if it is mainly undertaken for recent sale or repurchase, or is part of the identifiable portfolio of financial instruments centrally managed, and there is objective evidence that the enterprise has recently employed a short-term profit model, or is a derivative instrument, except derivatives designated as effective hedging instruments and derivatives conforming to financial guarantee contracts. Held-for-trading financial liabilities (including derivatives falling under financial liabilities) are subsequently measured at fair value. All changes in fair values except for hedging accounting are included in current profits and losses.

The Company irrevocably designates financial liabilities as measured at fair value through profit or loss at thetime of initial recognition in order to provide more relevant accounting information if:

① Such financial liabilities can eliminate or significantly reduce accounting mismatches. ② The financial liability portfolio or the portfolio of financial assets and liabilities is managed and evaluated for performance on the basis of fair value according to the enterprise risk management or investment strategy stated in the official written documents, and is reported to key management personnel within the enterprise on this basis.
The Company subsequently measures such financial liabilities at fair value. Apart from changes in fair value that are brought about by changes in the Company’s own credit risk and included in other comprehensive income, other changes in fair value are included in current profits and losses. Unless including such changes in other comprehensive income will cause or expand accounting mismatch in profit or loss, the Company will include all changes in fair value (including the amount affected by changes in its own credit risk) in current profits and losses.
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(b)Other financial liabilities
The Company classifies financial liabilities except for the following items as measured at amortized cost. Such financial liabilities are recognized by the effective interest method and subsequently measured at amortized cost. Gains or losses arising from derecognition or amortization are included in the current profits and losses:
① Financial liabilities at fair value through profit or loss. ② Financial liabilities resulting from the transfer of financial assets that do not meet the conditions for derecognition or continue to be involved in the transferred financial assets. ③ Financial guarantee contracts that do not fall under the first two categories of this article, and loan commitments that do not fall under category (1) of this article and lend at a below-market interest rate.
Financial guarantee contracts refer to contracts that require the issuer to pay a specific amount to the contract holder who has suffered losses when a specific debtor fails to pay the debt in accordance with the original or modified terms of the debt instrument. Financial guarantee contracts that are not financial liabilities designated as measured at fair value through profit or loss are measured after initial recognition according to the loss reserve amount and of the initial recognition amount, less the accumulated amortization amount during the guarantee period, whichever is higher.
(3)Derecognition of financial assets and liabilities
(a)Financial asset are derecognized, i.e. written off from its account and balance sheet if:
① The contractual right to receive cash flow from the financial asset is terminated; or ② The financial asset has been transferred, which meets the requirements for derecognition of financial assets.
(b)Conditions for derecognition of financial liabilities
If the current obligation of a financial liability (or part thereof) has been discharged, such financial liability (or part thereof) is derecognized.
The existing financial liability is derecognized with a new one recognized, and the difference between the carrying amount and the consideration paid (including transferred non-cash assets or assumed liabilities) is included in the current profits and losses, if an agreement is signed between the Company and the lender to replace the existing financial liability by assuming a new one, and the contract terms of these two financial liabilities are substantially different, or the contract terms of the existing financial liability (or part thereof) are substantially modified.
If the Company repurchases part of a financial liability, the carrying amount of the financial liability shall be distributed according to the proportion of the fair value of the continuing recognition portion and the derecognition portion to the overall fair value on the repurchase date. The difference between the carrying amount allocated to the derecognized portion and the consideration paid (including transferred non-cash assets or liabilities assumed) shall be included in the current profits and losses.
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(4)Recognition basis and measurement method of financial asset transfer
When a financial asset is transferred, the Company evaluates the risks and rewards retained of the financial asset ownership:
(a)If almost all the risks and rewards of the financial asset ownership are transferred, such financial asset shall be derecognized, and the rights and obligations generated or retained in the transfer shall be separately recognized as assets or liabilities.
(b)If almost all the risks and rewards of the financial asset ownership are retained, such financial asset shall continue to be recognized.
(c)In circumstances where the Company neither transfers nor retains almost all the risks and rewards of the financial asset ownership (i.e. circumstances other than ① and ② of this article), according to whether it retains control over such financial asset,
① the financial asset shall be derecognized, and the rights and obligations generated or retained in the transfer shall be separately recognized as assets or liabilities if such control is not retained; or ② the relevant financial asset shall continue to be recognized to the extent that it continues to be involved in the transferred financial asset, and the relevant liabilities shall be recognized accordingly if such control is retained. The extent that it continues to be involved in the transferred financial asset refers to the extent the Company bears the risks or rewards on changes in the value of the transferred financial asset.
When judging whether the transfer of financial assets meets the above conditions for derecognition of financial assets, the principle of substance over form shall be adopted. The Company divides the transfer of financial assets into overall transfer and partial transfer.
(a)If the overall transfer of financial assets meets the conditions for derecognition, the difference between the following two amounts shall be included in the current profits and losses:
① The carrying amount of the transferred financial asset on the date of derecognition. ② The sum of the consideration received for the transfer of financial assets and the amount of the corresponding derecognized portion of the accumulated changes in fair value originally included in other comprehensive income directly (the financial assets involved in the transfer are financial assets at fair value through other comprehensive income).
(b)If the financial asset is partially transferred and the transferred part meets the conditions for derecognition, the carrying amount of the financial asset before transfer shall be allocated between the derecognition portion and the continuing recognition portion (in this case, the retained service asset shall be regarded as the continuing recognition part of the financial asset) according to the respective relative fair values on the transfer date, and the difference between the following two amounts shall be included in the current profits and losses:
① The carrying amount of the derecognized portion on the derecognition date. ② The sum of the consideration received for the derecognized portion and the amount of the corresponding derecognized portion of the accumulated changes in fair value originally included in other comprehensive income (the financial assets involved in the transfer are financial assets at fair value through other comprehensive income).
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(4)Recognition basis and measurement method of financial asset transfer (continued)
If the transfer of a financial asset does not meet the conditions for derecognition, the financial asset shall continue to be recognized and the consideration received shall be recognized as a financial liability.
(5)Determination of fair value of financial assets and liabilities
The fair value of a financial asset or liability with an active market shall be determined by the quoted price in the active market, unless the financial asset has a sell-off period for the asset itself. For the financial assets restricted for the assets themselves, the compensation amount demanded by market participants due to the risk of not being able to sell the financial assets on the open market within the specified period shall be deducted from the quoted price in the active market. Quoted prices in the active market includes those for related assets or liabilities that can be easily and regularly obtained from exchanges, dealers, brokers, industry groups, pricing or regulatory agencies, and can represent actual and recurring market transactions on the basis of fair trade.

Financial assets initially acquired or derived or financial liabilities assumed shall be determined on the basisof market transaction price.

The fair value of financial assets or liabilities without an active market shall be determined by valuation techniques. At the time of valuation, the Company adopts valuation techniques that are applicable under the current circumstances and are supported by sufficient available data and other information, selects input values consistent with the characteristics of relevant assets or liabilities considered by market participants in the transactions thereof, and gives priority to the use of relevant observable input values whenever possible. If the relevant observable input value cannot be obtained or be feasibly obtained, the unobservable input value shall be used.
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(6)Impairment of financial instruments
Based on the expected credit loss, the Company conducts impairment accounting of financial assets classified as measured at amortized cost, financial assets classified as measured at fair value through other comprehensive income and financial guarantee contracts and recognizes loss reserves.
Expected credit loss refers to the weighted average of the credit losses of financial instruments weighted by the risk of default. Credit loss refers to the difference between all contractual cash flows discounted at the original effective interest rate and receivable according to the contract and all cash flows expected to be collected of the Company, i.e. the present value of all cash shortfalls. Among them, credit-impaired purchased or originated financial assets of the Company shall be discounted at the credit-adjusted effective interest rate of such financial assets.
For receivables arising from transactions regulated by the income criteria, the Company uses the simplified measurement method to measure the loss reserve according to the amount equivalent to the expected credit loss during the entire duration.
For credit-impaired purchased or originated financial assets, only the accumulated changes in the expected credit losses during the entire duration since the initial recognition are recognized as loss reserves on the balance sheet date. On each balance sheet date, the amount of change in the expected credit loss during the entire duration is included in the current gains and losses as impairment losses or gains. Even if the expected credit loss during the entire duration on the balance sheet date is less than that reflected in the estimated cash flow upon initial recognition, the favorable change in the expected credit loss is recognized as impairment gains.
In addition to other financial assets adopting the above simplified measurement method and other than the credit-impaired purchased or originated ones, the Company evaluates whether the credit risk of relevant financial instruments has increased significantly since the initial recognition, measures its loss reserves and recognizes the expected credit loss and its changes respectively according to the following circumstances on each balance sheet date:
(a)If the credit risk of the financial instrument has not increased significantly since its initial recognition, it is in the first stage, and its loss reserve shall be measured according to an amount equivalent to its expected credit loss over the next 12 months, and the interest income shall be calculated according to the book balance and the effective interest rate.
(b)If the credit risk of the financial instrument has increased significantly since initial recognition but no credit impairment has occurred, it is in the second stage, and its loss reserve shall be measured according to an amount equivalent to its expected credit loss throughout its life, and the interest income shall be calculated according to the book balance and the effective interest rate.
(c)If the financial instrument is credit-impaired since its initial recognition, it is in the third stage, and the Company shall measure its loss reserve according to an amount equivalent to its expected credit loss throughout its life, and calculate the interest income at the amortized cost and the effective interest rate. The increase or reversed amount of the credit loss reserve for financial instruments shall be included in the current profits and losses as impairment losses or gains. Except for financial assets classified as measured at fair value through other comprehensive income, the credit loss reserve will offset the carrying amount of the financial assets. For financial assets classified as measured at fair value through other comprehensive income, the Company recognizes its credit loss reserve in other comprehensive income without reducing its carrying amount presented in the balance sheet.
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(6)Impairment of financial instruments (continued)
In the previous accounting period, the Company has measured the loss reserve, the amount equivalent to the expected credit loss of the financial instruments throughout its life. However, on the balance sheet date of the current period, the financial instrument no longer conforms to the situation of significant increase in credit risk since initial confirmation; on the balance sheet date of the current period, the Company has measured the loss reserve of the financial instruments, the amount equivalent to the expected credit loss in the next 12 months, and the reversed amount of the loss reserve thus formed is included in the current profit and loss as impairment profit.
(a)Significant increase in credit risk
In order to determine whether the credit risk of financial instruments has increased significantly since the initial recognition, the Company uses the available reasonable and based forward-looking information and compares the risk of default of financial instruments on the balance sheet date with the risk of default on the initial confirmation date. When the Company applies provisions on depreciation of financial instruments to financial guarantee contracts, the initial recognition date shall be regarded as the date when the Company becomes a party to make irrevocable commitments.
For the assessment of whether the credit risk has increased significantly, the Company will consider the following factors
① According to whether the actual or expected debtor's operations results have changed significantly; ② Whether the regulatory, economic or technological environment of the debtor has undergone significant adverse changes; ③ Whether the following items have changed significantly: the value of collateral as debt mortgage, or the guarantee provided by a third party, or the quality of credit enhancement; these changes will reduce the debtor’s economic motivation to repay the loan within the time limit stipulated in the contract and could impact the probability of default; ④ Whether the debtor's expected performance and repayment behavior have changed significantly; ⑤ Whether the Company's credit management methods for financial instruments have changed, etc.
If, on the balance sheet date, the credit risk of the financial instrument is judged to be low by the Company, the Company assumes that the credit risk of the financial instrument has not increased significantly since the initial recognition. The financial instrument will be deemed to have lower credit risk under the following circumstances: the default risk of the financial instrument is lower; the borrower has a strong capacity to fulfill its contractual cash flow obligations in a short time; furthermore, even if there are adverse changes in the economic situation and operating environment for a long period of time, it may not necessarily reduce the borrower’s ability to fulfill its contractual cash flow obligations.
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(b)Financial assets with depreciation of credit
If one or more events have adverse effects on the expected future cash flow of a financial asset, the financial asset will become a financial asset that has suffered credit impairment. The following observable information can be regarded as evidence of credit impairment of financial assets:
① The issuer or debtor is in serious financial difficulty; ② The debtor breaches the contract, such as default or overdue payment of interest or principal, etc.; ③ The creditor gives concessions to the debtor due to economic or contractual considerations related to the debtor's financial difficulties; the concessions will not be made under any other circumstances; ④ There is a great possibility of bankruptcy or other financial restructuring of the debtor; ⑤ The issuer or debtor has financial difficulties, resulting in the disappearance of the active market for the financial assets; ⑥ Purchasing or generation of a financial asset with a large discount, which reflects the fact of credit loss.
Credit impairment of financial assets may not be caused by separately identifiable events, but may be caused by the combined effect of multiple events.
(c)Determination of expected credit loss
The Company’s assessment of expected credit losses of financial instruments is based on single items and combinations. During the assessment of the expected credit losses, the Company will take into account reasonable and reliable information about past events, the current situation and future economic situation forecast.
The Company divides financial instruments into different combinations on the basis of common credit risk characteristics. Common credit risk characteristics adopted by the Company include: financial instrument type, credit risk rating, aging combination, overdue aging combination, contract settlement cycle, debtor's industry, etc. To understand the individual evaluation criteria and combined credit risk characteristics of relevant financial instruments, please refer to the accounting policies of relevant financial instruments for details.
The Company adopts the following methods to determine the expected credit losses of relevant financial instruments:
① In terms of financial assets, credit loss is equivalent to the present value of the difference between the contract cash flow that the Company shall receive and the expected cash flow. ② In terms of the financial guarantee contract, credit loss is equal to the expected amount of payment made by the Company to the holder of the contract for credit loss incurred, less the present value of the difference between the amount expected to be collected from the holder of the contract, the debtor or any other party. ③ If, on the balance sheet date, a financial asset has suffered credit impairment, but one does not purchase or generate a financial asset that has suffered credit impairment, the credit loss is equivalent to the difference between the book balance of the financial asset and the present value of the estimated future cash flow discounted at the original actual interest rate.
Factors reflected in the Company's method of predicting credit losses by quantitative finance tools include: unbiased probability weighted average amount determined by evaluating a series of possible results; time value of money; reasonable and reliable information about past events, current situation and future economic situation forecast that can be obtained on the balance sheet date without unnecessary extra costs or efforts.
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(d)Write-off of financial assets
If the Company cannot reasonably expect the contract cash flow of the financial asset to be fully or partially recovered, the book balance of the financial asset will be written off directly. This write-off constitutes the derecognition of relevant financial assets.
(7)Offset of financial assets and financial liabilities
In the balance sheet, financial assets and financial liabilities are shown separately without offsetting each other. However, if the following conditions are met at the same time, the net amount after offset will be listed in the balance sheet:
(a)The Company has the legal right, which is currently enforceable, to offset the confirmed amount;
(b)The Company plans to settle on a net basis, or realize the financial assets and settle the financial liabilities at the same time.

13 Notes receivable

For the determination method and accounting treatment method of the Company's expected credit loss on notes receivable, please refer to 12(6) of note III Impairment of financial instruments.
If sufficient evidence of expected credit loss cannot be evaluated at a reasonable cost at the level of a single instrument, the Company will refer to the experience of historical credit loss, combine the current situation and judgment on future economic situation, divide notes receivable into several combinations according to the characteristics of credit risk, and calculate expected credit loss on the basis of combinations.
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14 Accounts receivable

For the determination method and accounting treatment method of the Company's expected credit loss on accounts receivable, please refer to 12(6) of note III Impairment of financial instruments.
As for the accounts receivable, if there is objective evidence that the Company will not be able to recover the money according to the original terms of the accounts receivable, the Company will separately determine its credit loss.
If sufficient evidence of expected credit loss cannot be assessed at reasonable cost at the level of single instrument, the Company will divide the accounts receivable into several combinations according to the credit risk characteristics, and calculate the expected credit loss on the basis of the combinations (with reference to the experience of historical credit loss, and in combination with the current situation with the judgment of future economic situation)

15 Other receivables

For the determination method and accounting treatment method of the Company's expected credit loss of other receivables, please refer to 12(6) of note III Impairment of financial instruments.
For other receivables for which there is objective evidence that the Company will not be able to recover the amount according to the original terms of the receivables, the Company will separately determine its credit loss.
If sufficient evidence of expected credit loss cannot be evaluated at a reasonable cost at the level of single instrument, the Company will refer to the experience of historical credit loss, combine the current situation and judgment on future economic situation, divide other receivables into several combinations according to the characteristics of credit risk, and calculate expected credit loss on the basis of combinations.

16 Inventories

(1)Classification of inventories
The Company classifies inventories into raw materials, in-process products, finished products, goods shipped in transit, turnover materials and molds with an expected benefit period of less than one year, depending on the purpose of holding the inventories. Turnover materials include low-value consumables and packaging materials.
(2)Valuation method for inventories shipped in transit
All types of inventories are accounted for at actual cost, and actual costs include purchase costs, processing costs and other costs. Inventories are shipped in transit by weighted average method.
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(3)Basis for determining the net realizable value of inventories and accrual method for inventory valuation allowance
Closing inventories are measured at cost or net realizable value, whichever is lower. In cases where differences exists due to the net realizable value being less than the cost of inventory, inventory valuation allowance is made based on individual inventory items or the inventory category, and the difference is recognized in the current profit and loss.
For inventories of goods directly used for sale, such as finished goods, merchandise inventories and materials for sale, in the normal production and operations process, the net realizable value is determined by the amount of the estimated selling price of the inventory less the estimated sales cost and relevant taxes and fees; for material inventories that need to be processed, in the normal production and operations process, the net realizable value is determined by the amount of the estimated selling price of finished products produced less the estimated cost occurred at the time of completion, the estimated selling expenses and related taxes; for inventories held for the execution of sales contracts or labor contracts, the net realizable value is calculated on the basis of the contract price, and if the quantity of inventories held is more than the quantity specified in sales contracts, the net realizable value of excess inventories is calculated based on the general sales price.
At the end of the period, inventory valuation allowance is accrued according to individual inventory items; but for a large number of inventories with lower unit prices, inventory valuation allowance is accrued according to inventory category; for inventories related to the product series produced and sold in the same region with the same or similar end use or purpose, which is difficult to measure separately from other items, thus inventory valuation allowance is accrued and combined with other items.
If the influencing factors of the write-down of inventory value have disappeared, the amount written-down is recovered and reversed to the amount of inventory valuation allowance already accrued, and the amount reversed is included in the current profit and loss.
(4)Inventory system
The Company adopts a perpetual inventory system for inventory management.
(5)Amortization method of turnover materials
The Company amortizes turnover materials by the one-off amortization method, and the molds with a benefit period of less than one year are amortized within the period of not exceeding one year according to the expected benefit period.

17 Contract assets

A contract asset shall be recognized if the Company has transferred the goods to the customer and has the right to receive a consideration depending on other factors than the passage of time. The right of the Company to unconditionally receive the considerations from customers (i.e., only depending on the passage of time) is listed independently as receivables.
For the determination method and accounting treatment method of the Company’s expected credit loss on contract assets, please refer to 12(6) of note III Impairment of financial instruments.
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18. Held-for-sale

(1)Criteria for classification as being held for sale
The Company recognizes non-current assets or disposal groups that meet both of the following conditions as components held for sale: ① they can be sold immediately under the current status according to the practice of selling such assets or disposal groups in similar transactions; ② The sale is likely to occur, that is, the Company has made a resolution on the sale plan, obtained the approval from the regulatory authorities (if applicable), and obtained a confirmed purchase commitment that the sale is expected to be completed in one year.
The confirmed purchase commitment refers to a legally binding purchase agreement concluded by and between the Company and another party, which contains important terms such as transaction price, time and sufficiently severe penalty for breach of contract, so that there will be little possibility of major adjustments to or cancellation of the agreement.
(2)Accounting for non-current assets or disposal groups held for sale
The Company shall not depreciate or amortize non-current assets or disposal groups held for sale. If the book value is higher than the amount of fair value net of selling expenses, the former shall be written down to the latter. The amount written down shall be recognized as asset impairment loss and included in the current profit and loss, and the impairment allowance for assets held for sale shall be accrued at the same time.
The non-current asset or disposal group classified as being held for sale on the date of acquisition shall be initially measured at whichever initially measured amount is lower under the assumption that it is not classified as being held for sale and the amount of fair value net of selling expenses.
The above principles are applicable to all non-current assets, except investment real estate subsequently measured by the fair value model, biological assets measured by the amount of fair value net of selling expenses, assets formed by employee compensation, deferred tax assets, financial assets regulated by the relevant accounting standards of financial instruments, and rights arising from insurance contracts regulated by the relevant accounting standards of insurance contracts.

19 Other debt investments

For the determination method and accounting treatment methods of the Company’s expected credit loss of other debt investments, please refer to 12(6) of note III Impairment of financial instruments.

20 Long-term receivables

For the determination method and accounting treatment method of the Company's expected credit loss on Long-term receivables, please refer to 12(6) of note III Impairment of financial instruments.
As for the accounts receivable, if there is objective evidence that the Company will not be able to recover the money according to the original terms of the accounts receivable, the Company will separately determine its credit loss.
If sufficient evidence of expected credit loss cannot be evaluated at a reasonable cost at the level of single instrument, the Company will refer to the experience of historical credit loss, combine the current situation and judgment on future economic situations, divide long receivables into several combinations according to the characteristics of credit risk, and calculate expected credit loss on the basis of combinations.
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21 Long-term equity investments

Long-term equity investments comprise the Company’s long-term equity investments in its subsidiaries, and the Company’s long-term equity investments in its associates and joint ventures.
Subsidiaries are the investees over which the Company is able to exercise control. A joint venture is a joint arrangement which is structured through a separate vehicle over which the Company has joint control together with other parties and only has rights to the net assets of the arrangement based on legal forms, contractual terms and other facts and circumstances. Associates are the investees that the Company has significant influence on their financial and operating policies.
Investments in subsidiaries are presented in the Company’s financial statements using the cost method, and are adjusted to the equity method when preparing the consolidated financial statements. Investments in a joint venture and associates are accounted for using the equity method.
(1)Recognition of initial investment cost
(a)Long-term equity investment formed by business combination
For long-term equity investment acquired by business combination involving enterprises under common control, the book value of assets and liabilities of the combined party in the consolidated financial statements of the ultimate controlling party as at the date of combination (including the goodwill formed by the ultimate controlling party's acquisition of the combined party) is recognized as investment cost. For long-term equity investment formed by combination, the share of the book value of shareholder equity of the combined party acquired on the date of combination is recognized as initial investment cost. The difference between the initial investment cost and assets paid as per consideration for combination, the book value of liabilities incurred or assumed and the total par value of shares issued, is used to adjust capital reserve, and when the capital reserve is insufficient, it is used to adjust retained earnings.
For long-term equity investment acquired by business combinations involving enterprises not under common control, the combination cost is recognized as investment cost of the long-term equity investment. The combination cost is the fair value of assets paid, the liabilities incurred or assumed, and the equity securities issued to acquire the control of acquired party on the date of acquisition. The difference between the higher combination cost and lower fair value of identifiable net assets of the acquiree acquired in the combination is recognized as goodwill; the difference between the lower combination cost and higher fair value of identifiable net assets of the acquiree acquired in the combination is included in current profits and losses after review. For business combination involving enterprises not under common control realized step by step through multiple transactions, the sum of the book value of equity investment held by the acquirer before the date of acquisition and the new investment cost on the date of acquisition is recognized as initial investment cost, and the combination cost includes the sum of assets paid, the liabilities incurred or assumed by the acquirer, and the fair value of equity securities issued.
(b)Long-term equity investment acquired by other means
For long-term equity investment acquired by cash payment, the actual acquisition price is recognized as initial investment cost. The initial investment cost includes expenses, taxes and other necessary expenses directly related to the acquisition of the long-term equity investment; the transaction costs incurred when issuing or acquiring the own equity instruments of acquirer attributed directly to equity transactions which can be deducted from the equity.
For long-term equity investment acquired by issuing equity securities, the fair value of equity securities issued is recognized as initial investment cost.
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Provided that the non-monetary asset exchange contains commercial substance and the fair value of the assets received or assets surrendered can be reliably measured, the initial investment cost of the long-term equity investment received with non-monetary assets is determined based on the fair value of the assets surrendered, except that there is conclusive evidence that indicates that the fair value of assets received is more reliable. For non-monetary assets that do not satisfy the above condition, the book value of assets surrendered and related taxes and fees payable are recognized as the initial investment cost of the long-term equity investment.
The initial investment cost of a long-term equity investment acquired by debt restructuring is determined on the basis of fair value.
(2)Subsequent measurement and recognition of related profit and loss
(a)Subsequent measurement
The Company adopts the cost method to account for the long-term equity investments under the control of investee, and the consolidated financial statements are adjusted in accordance with the equity method in preparation.
The Company adopts the equity method to account for the long-term equity investments in associates and joint ventures. The difference between the higher initial investment cost and the fair value share of identifiable net assets of the investee enjoyed in the investment is not used to adjust the initial investment cost of the long-term investment; the difference between the lower initial investment cost and the fair value share of identifiable net assets of the investee enjoyed at the time of conducting the investment is included in the current profits and losses.
(b)Recognition of profit and loss
Under the cost method, in addition to the actual payment or the cash dividends or profits included in the consideration that have been declared but not yet paid, the Company recognizes the investment income according to the cash dividends or profits that the investee declared to pay.
Under the equity method, when the investment enterprise confirms that it should enjoy the net profit or net loss of the investee, it should adjust the net profit of the investee based on the fair value of identifiable assets of the investee at the time of conducting the investment before the confirmation, and the part of profit and loss of internal transaction between the investor and associates and joint venture that should be attributed to the investor according to the shareholding ratio, should be offset, and the investment profits and losses should be confirmed on this basis. When the Company confirms that it should assume the loss occurred by the investee, the process hereunder is followed: first, the book value of the long-term equity investment is offset. Secondly, if the book value of the long-term equity investment is insufficient for the offset, the investment loss is continued to be recognized, and the book value of long-term receivable items is offset, subject to other book value of the longterm equity that substantially constitutes the net investment of the investee. Finally, after the above-mentioned treatment, if the Company still bears additional obligations in accordance with the investment contract or agreement, the estimated liabilities are recognized according to the estimated obligations and included in the current investment losses.
If the investee realizes profit in the future period, the Company shall, after deducting the unconfirmed loss share, conduct the process in the reverse order of the above to write down the book balance of the confirmed liabilities and recover other long-term equity that substantially constitutes net investment of the investee and the book value of the long-term equity, and recognize the profit as return on investment.
Other changes in the owners' equity other than net profit or loss, other comprehensive income and profit distribution of the investee, are used to adjust the book value of the long-term equity investment and included in capital reserve. The unrealized profit and loss from internal transactions between the Company and the investee attributed to the Company according to the shareholding ratio, is offset, and the investment profit and loss is recognized on this basis. In respect of the internal transaction losses incurred by the Company and the investee, for the part recognized asset impairment losses, the corresponding unrealized losses are not offset.
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(3)Step-by-step disposal of investment in subsidiaries
When the terms, conditions and economic influence of transactions of the equity investment of the subsidiary conform to one or more of the following, accounting for multiple transactions is treated as a package transaction:
(a)These transactions are made simultaneously or with consideration of influence on each other;
(b)These transactions can only achieve a complete business outcome when treated as a whole;
(c)The occurrence of a transaction depends on the occurrence of at least one of the other transactions;
(d)A transaction alone is uneconomical, but is economical when considered together with other transactions.
When an enterprise loses control over the original subsidiary due to disposal of part of the equity investment or other reasons, if the transactions do not belong to a package transaction, the accounting treatment of individual financial statements and consolidated financial statements should be distinguished as follows:
(a)In the individual financial statements, the disposed equity should be accounted for in accordance with the Corporate Accounting Standards No. 2 - Long-term Equity Investment; meanwhile, the remaining equity should be recognized as long-term equity or other related financial assets based on its book value. If the remaining equity after disposal can be used to exercise common control or significant influence on the original subsidiary, it shall be accounted for in accordance with the relevant provisions on the conversion of the cost method into the equity method.
(b)In the consolidated financial statements, the remaining equity should be re-measured in accordance with its fair value on the date of loss of control. The difference between the sum of the consideration acquired from the disposal of the equity and the fair value of the remaining equity, less the share of net assets of the original subsidiary that should be enjoyed in accordance with the original shareholding ratio from the date of acquisition, is included in the current profit and loss of the period in which loss of control occurred. Other comprehensive income related to the original subsidiary's equity investment should be converted into current investment income when control is lost. The Company shall disclose in the notes the fair value of the remaining equity after disposal on the date of loss of control and the amount of relevant gains or losses arising from the disposal remeasured based on the fair value.
If the transactions of disposal of equity investment in a subsidiary until the loss of control is a package transaction, the accounting treatment of individual financial statements and consolidated financial statements should be distinguished as follows: :
(a)In the individual financial statements, the difference between each disposal price and the book value of the long-term equity investment corresponding to the disposed equity before the loss of control is recognized as other comprehensive income, and transferred to the current profit and loss of the period in which the loss of control occurred;
(b)In the consolidated financial statements, the difference between each disposal price and the disposal of investment corresponding to the share of the net assets of the subsidiary before the loss of control is recognized as other comprehensive income, and transferred to the current profit and loss of the period in which the loss of control occurred.
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(4)Basis for determining control, common control and significant influence on the investee
Control means having the power of control over the investee, enjoying variable returns by participating in the relevant activities of the investee, and having the ability to use the power over the investee to influence the amount of returns.
Common control means the control that is common to an arrangement in accordance with the relevant agreement, and the decisions of relevant activities of the arrangement must be made upon agreement of the Company and other parties sharing the control rights.
Significant influence means the power to participate in the decision-making of the financial and operating policies of the investee, but by which cannot control or commonly control together with other parties the formulation of the policies.
(5)Impairment test and allowance for impairment
On the balance sheet date, if there is any indication that the long-term equity investment is impaired due to continuous decline in the market price or deterioration of operating conditions of the investee, the recoverable amount of long-term equity investment is determined according to the net value of a single long-term equity investment less the disposal expenses or the present value of expected future cash flows of the long-term equity investment, whichever is higher. When the recoverable amount of the long-term equity investment is lower than the book value, the book value of assets is written-off to the recoverable amount, and the amount written-down is recognized as asset impairment losses, which is included in the current profit and loss, and the corresponding allowance for asset impairment is made.
For long-term equity investments without significant influence or quotation in an active market and whose fair value cannot be measured in a reliable way, the impairment loss is determined by the difference between the book value and the present value determined by discounting the future cash flows of similar financial assets at the current market rate of return.
Other long-term equity investments with signs of impairment other than goodwill arising from business combination, if the measurement of recoverable amount indicates that the recoverable amount of the long-term equity investment is lower than its book value, the difference is recognized as impairment losses.
Goodwill arising from a business combination is tested for impairment annually, regardless of whether there is any indication of impairment.
Once the impairment loss of long-term equity investment is confirmed, it will not be reversed.

22 Investment property

The Company's investment property means the property held for the purpose of earning rent or capital appreciation, or both, including the land use rights that have been leased, the land use rights that are held for transfer upon appreciation, and the leased buildings. In addition, for the vacant buildings held by the Company for the purpose of leases, if the Board of Directors makes a written resolution that expressly indicates that the buildings will be used for leases and the intention of holding will not change in a short-term, the building will also be reported as investment property.
The Company adopts the cost model for subsequent measurement of investment property. For the purpose of depreciation or amortization method, the same amortization policy adopted for buildings as fixed assets and land use rights as intangible assets are used.
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23 Fixed assets

(1)Recognition criteria for fixed assets
Fixed assets mean tangible assets held for the purpose of producing goods, rendering of services, leases or operation management, whose service life is more than one fiscal year. Fixed assets satisfying the following conditions are recognized:
(a)The economic benefits associated with the fixed assets are likely to flow into the enterprise;
(b)The cost of the fixed asset can be measured in a reliable way.
The Company's fixed assets are classified into buildings, machinery and equipment, office and electronic equipment, transportation vehicles and fixed assets renovation in line with capitalization conditions. Where each component of a fixed asset with a different service life provides economic benefits to the Company in different ways and applies different depreciation rates, it is recognized as a single fixed asset.
Fixed assets are initially measured at cost. The cost of purchasing fixed assets includes the purchase price, related taxes, and other expenses attributable to the fixed asset before it is ready for the intended use, such as the expenses on transportation, handling, installation and professional services, etc. When determining the cost of fixed assets, discard expenses should be considered. Subsequent expenditures related to fixed assets that satisfy the recognition criteria of fixed assets are included in the cost of fixed assets; otherwise, they are recognized in profit and loss in the period in which they arise.
Fixed assets are depreciated by the straight-line method. The depreciation rate of various fixed assets is determined according to the estimated service life and estimated residual value (the estimated residual value is 0-10% of the original value). The depreciation rate of classified fixed assets is as follows:
Asset CategoryEstimated Service LifeAnnual Depreciation Rate
Houses and buildings20-50 years2.22%-5%
Machinery equipment5-10 years11.11%-20%
Office and electronic equipment2-5 years22.22%-50%
Transportation equipment3-5 years22.22%-33.33%
Power stations20-25 years4.44%-5%
Others4-5 years22.22%-25%
Fixed assets renovation is amortized evenly over the benefit period.
All fixed assets are subject to depreciation, except for fixed assets that have been fully depreciated and continue to be used, and the land that is priced and recorded separately. Fixed assets are depreciated on a monthly basis. Fixed assets added are not depreciated in the current month when being added but from the following month; fixed assets reduced are still depreciated in the current month when being reduced, and no depreciation is made from the following month. Fixed assets that are not profitable for the Company or not used temporarily (other than seasonally deactivated) are recognized as idle fixed assets. The estimated life expectancy and depreciation rate of idle fixed assets should be re estimated, and depreciation is directly included in the current profit and loss.
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24 Construction in progress

Construction in progress refers to the necessary expenses incurred by the Company for the purchase and construction of fixed assets or investment property before being ready for the expected usable status, including engineering materials costs, labor costs, related taxes and fees, borrowing costs that should be capitalized and indirect costs that should be apportioned. Construction in progress is accounted for separately according to individual projects.
After the construction in progress is ready for its intended use, it must be transferred to fixed assets or investment property, whether the final accounting procedures are completed or not.

25 Borrowing costs

Borrowing costs refer to interest and other related costs incurred by the Company as a result of borrowings, including interest on borrowings, amortization of discounts or premiums, ancillary expenses, and exchange differences arising from foreign currency borrowings.
Borrowing costs that can be directly attributable to the acquisition, construction or production of assets eligible for capitalization are capitalized and included in the relevant asset cost. Other borrowing costs are recognized as expenses in the period in which they are incurred, and are included in the current profit and loss. Assets eligible for capitalization refer to fixed assets, investment property and inventories (only refers to inventories with an acquisition, construction and production process for more than one year) that require a substantial period of acquisition, construction or production activities to get ready for the intended use or sale status.
Borrowing costs refer to the interest of borrowings, the amortization of discounts or premiums, auxiliary expenses and exchange differences arising from foreign currency borrowings incurred by the Company. Borrowing costs begin to be capitalized when the following three conditions are all satisfied:
(1)Asset expenditure has occurred;
(2)Borrowing costs have occurred;
(3)The acquisition, construction or production activities necessary to enable the assets to be ready for the intended usable or saleable state have commenced.
When an asset satisfied the capitalization conditions is abnormally interrupted during the process of acquisition, construction or production and the interruption period lasts for more than three months, the capitalization of the borrowing costs is suspended and recognized as the current expenses until the acquisition, construction or production of the assets starts again. When an asset satisfied the capitalization conditions is ready for its intended use or sale, the capitalization is stopped and the borrowing costs incurred in the future are included in the current profit and loss. The period of capitalization refers to the period from the time when the borrowing costs start to be capitalized to the point when the capitalization is stopped, and the period in which the borrowing costs are suspended for capitalization is not included.
During the period of capitalization, if special borrowings are made for the acquisition, construction or production of assets eligible for capitalization, the amount of the interest expenses actually incurred during the current period of the special borrowings, less the amount of interest income earned by depositing unused borrowing funds in a bank or investment income earned by temporary investment, is recognized as the amount of capitalization. When a general loan is occupied for the purpose of purchasing, constructing or producing assets satisfied the capitalization conditions, the amount of capitalization is determined according to the weighted average of the accumulated asset expenditure exceeding the special loan portion multiplied by the capitalization rate of the general loan occupied; the capitalization rate is determined based on the weighted average interest rate of general borrowings.
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26 Right-of-use assets

The Company initially measures right-of-use assets at cost. Such cost includes:
(1)The initial measurement amount of lease liabilities;
(2)Lease payments made on or before the commencement date of the lease term (if a lease incentive exists, net of the amount related to the lease incentive already taken);
(3)Initial direct costs incurred by the Company;
(4)Costs expected to be incurred by the Company to disassemble and remove the leased asset(s), restore the premises where the leased asset(s) is/are located, or restore the leased asset(s) to the condition agreed upon under the terms of the lease (excluding costs incurred to produce inventory).
After the commencement date of the lease term, the Company uses the cost model for subsequent measurement of right-of-use assets.
If it is reasonably certain that ownership of the leased asset(s) will be obtained at the end of the lease term, the Company depreciates the leased asset(s) over its/their remaining service life. If it is not reasonably certain that ownership of the leased asset(s) will be obtained at the end of the lease term, the Company depreciates the leased asset(s) over the lease term or the remaining service life of the leased asset(s), whichever is shorter. Right-of-use assets for which depreciation reserves have been accrued are depreciated in future periods at their carrying value net of depreciation reserves, with reference to the above principles.
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27 Intangible assets

Intangible assets are recorded at the actual cost at the time of acquisition. The service life of intangible assets is analyzed and judged at the time of acquisition. Intangible assets with a finite service life are amortized on the shortest of the estimated service lives, the beneficial period of the contract and the effective period specified by law from the time when the intangible assets are available for use. The amortization period is as follows:
CategoryAmortization years
Land use rightsThe shorter of the years of the land use rights and the operating years of the Company
Patents and non-patent technologies10 years or the shorter of service life, beneficiary years and legally valid years
OtherBeneficiary period
The Company reviews the service life and amortization method of intangible assets with limited service life at least at the end of each year, and made adjustment if necessary.
If an intangible asset is foreseen as unable to bring economic benefits to the Company, it is regarded as an intangible asset with an indefinite service life, which will be reviewed in each accounting period. If evidence indicates that the service life of the intangible asset is limited, then it is converted to an intangible asset with limited service life. Intangible assets with indefinite service lives are not amortized.
The expenditures of the Company's internal research and development projects are classified into expenditures in the research phase and expenditures in the development phase. Research means an original, planned survey of acquiring and understanding new scientific or technical knowledge. Development means the application of research results or other knowledge to a plan or design to produce new or substantially improved materials, devices, products, etc. prior to commercial production or use.
The expenditures in the research phase of the Company's internal research and development projects are included in the current profit and loss when incurred; expenditures in the development phase are recognized as intangible assets only when the following conditions are all satisfied:
(1)It is technically feasible to complete the intangible asset to enable it to be used or sold;
(2)There is intent to complete the intangible asset and use or sell it;
(3)The intangible assets can bring economic benefits;
(4)There are sufficient technical, financial and other resources to support the development of the intangible assets as well as ability to use or sell the intangible assets;
(5)Expenditures attributable to the development stage of the intangible asset can be measured in a reliable way.
If the above conditions cannot be all satisfied, the expenditures are included in the current profit and loss when incurred.
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28 Long-term prepaid expense

Long-term prepaid expenses refer to various expenses that the Company has paid and whose period of amortization is more than one year, such as the improvement expenses incurred in renting fixed assets by operating leases. Long-term prepaid expenses are amortized on a straight-line basis within the beneficial period of the expense items.

29 Impairment of long-lived assets

The impairment of assets other than inventories, financial assets and deferred income tax assets is determined by the Company as follows:
On the balance sheet date, if there is evidence indicating that the asset is idle, there is a use termination plan or the market price drops sharply, or the external environment changes significantly, impairment tests should be conducted. The difference between the recoverable amount of the asset and its book value is recognized as impairment loss and included in the current profit and loss, and corresponding allowance for asset impairment is made. For the goodwill formed by business combination and the intangible assets with indefinite service life, impairment test is carried out every year regardless of whether there is any indication of impairment. The recoverable amount is determined based on the net amount of fair value of assets less the disposal expenses, or the present value of estimated future cash flows of the assets, whichever is lower. The Company estimates the recoverable amount based on the individual assets. If it is difficult to estimate the recoverable amount of the individual assets, the recoverable amount of the asset is determined based on the asset group to which the asset belongs. After the asset impairment loss is recognized, the depreciation or amortization expense of the impaired assets will be adjusted accordingly in the future period.
Once the asset impairment loss is confirmed, it cannot be reversed in the future accounting period.
Treatment of goodwill impairment: in the impairment test of goodwill, the book value of goodwill is apportioned to the asset group or asset group portfolio expected to benefit from the synergy of business combination, and the book value of goodwill is apportioned to the relevant asset group or asset group combination in a reasonable way. In the case of impairment test, the asset group or asset group portfolio that does not contain goodwill is tested for impairment first to confirm the corresponding asset impairment loss, and then the asset group or asset group containing goodwill is tested for impairment to confirm the corresponding goodwill impairment loss.

30 Asset transfer with repurchase conditions

When the Company sells products or transfers other assets, it signs a product or a transfer asset repurchase agreement with the purchaser, and determines whether the sales commodity satisfies the revenue recognition conditions according to the terms of the agreement. If the after-sales repurchase is a financing transaction, the Company does not recognize the sales revenue when the product or asset is delivered. If the repurchase price is greater than the difference between the sales prices, interest of the difference is accrued on time during the repurchase period, and included in finance costs.

31 Contract liabilities

The Company recognizes as contract liabilities the part of the obligation to transfer the goods to the customer due to received or receivable consideration from the customer.
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32 Employee benefits

Employee benefits include short-term employee benefits, post-employment benefits, termination benefits and other long-term employee benefits provided in various forms of consideration in exchange for service rendered by employees or compensations for the termination of employment relationship.
(a)Short-term employee benefits
Short-term employee benefits include employee wages or salaries, bonus, allowances and subsidies, staff welfare, premiums or contributions on medical insurance, work injury insurance and maternity insurance, housing funds, union running costs and employee education costs, and short-term paid absences. The employee benefit liabilities are recognized in the accounting period in which the service is rendered by the employees, with a corresponding charge to the profit or loss for the current period or the cost of relevant assets. Non-monetary benefits are measured at their fair value.
(b)Post-employment benefits
The Company classifies post-employment benefit plans as either defined contribution plans or defined benefit plans. Defined contribution plans are post-employment benefit plans under which the Company pays fixed contributions into a separate fund and will have no obligation to pay further contributions; and defined benefit plans are post-employment benefit plans other than defined contribution plans. During the reporting period, the Company’s defined contribution plans mainly include basic pensions and unemployment insurance.
(c)Termination benefits
If the Company terminates the labor relationship with an employee before the labor contract expires, or offers compensation for encouraging the employee to accept the redundancies voluntarily, the liabilities arising from compensation for the termination of labor relations with the employee is determined, and also included in the current profit and loss, at the time when the Company cannot unilaterally withdraw the termination of the labor relationship plan or redundancies proposal, or the time when the cost associated with reorganization involving payment of termination benefits is confirmed, whichever is earlier.
(d)Other long-term employee benefits
Other long-term employee benefits refer to all employee benefits except short-term employment benefits, post-employment benefits and termination benefits.
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33 Estimated liabilities

When the Company is involved in any litigation, debt guarantee, contract loss or reorganization, which is likely in need of future delivery of assets or rendering of services, and the amount of which can be measured in a reliable way, it is recognized as estimated liabilities.
(1)Recognition standards for estimated liabilities
When an obligation related to the contingent events satisfies all the following conditions, it is recognized by the Company as estimated liabilities:
(a)The obligation is the current obligation of the Company;
(b)The fulfillment of the obligation is likely to cause economic benefits to flow out of the Company;
(c)The amount of the obligation can be measured in a reliable way.
(2)Measurement methods for estimated liabilities
The estimated liabilities of the Company are initially measured on the basis of the best estimate of the expenditure required to perform the relevant current obligations.
When determining the best estimate, the Company considers factors such as risks, uncertainties and time value of money related to contingent events. Where the time value of money has a significant impact, the best estimate is determined by discounting the relevant future cash outflows.
The best estimates are handled as follows:
In case there is a continuous range (or interval) of required expenditures, within which the possibility of occurrence of various results is the same, the best estimate is determined by the average of the middle value of the range, that is, the average of the upper and lower limits.
In case there is no continuous range (or interval) of required expenditures, or there is a continuous range but the possibility of various results in the range is different, if the contingency involves a single item, the best estimate is determined based on the most probable amount; if a contingency involves multiple items, the best estimate is determined based on various possible outcomes and associated probabilities.
If all or part of the expenses required by the Company to settle the estimated liabilities are expected to be compensated by a third party, the compensation amount is separately recognized as an asset when it is basically confirmed to be received, and the recognized compensation amount should not exceed the book value of estimated liabilities.
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34 Lease liabilities

The Company initially measures lease liabilities at the present value of the lease payments outstanding on the commencement date of the lease term. When calculating the present value of lease payments, the Company uses the interest rate implicit in lease as the rate of discount. If the implicit interest rate of the lease cannot be determined, the incremental loan interest rate of the Company shall be used as the discount rate. Lease payments include:
(a)The amount of fixed payments, net of amounts related to lease incentives, and the amount of substantive fixed payments;
(b)Variable lease payments that depend on indexation or ratio;
(c)The exercise price of the purchase option, when applicable, if the Company is reasonably certain that the option will be exercised;
(d)The amount required to be paid to exercise the option to terminate the lease if the lease term reflects that the Company will exercise the option to terminate the lease;
(e)The estimated amount payable based on the secured residual value provided by the Company.
The Company calculates the interest expenses of lease liabilities for each period within the lease term at a fixed rate of discount and includes them in profit or loss for the current period or cost of the related assets.
Variable lease payments that are not included in the measurement of lease liabilities should be included in profit or loss for the current period or cost of the related assets when they are actually incurred.

35 Share-based payments

The share-based payments of the Company are mainly equity-settled share-based payments, and only allow to be exercised by employees after the completion of their services in the waiting period. On each balance sheet date in the waiting period, based on the best estimate of the number of vesting equity instruments, the services obtained in the current period are included in the relevant costs or expenses and capital reserve based on the fair value at the grant date of the equity instruments.
The fair value of equity instruments is determined by the external appraiser or management based on the binomial distribution method. The best estimate of the vesting equity instrument is determined by the management based on historical statistics on the vesting weights and turnover rates on the balance sheet date.
Equity-settled share-based payments are measured based on the fair value of the equity instruments granted to employees. In case that the vesting right is available immediately after the grant, it is included in relevant cost or expense based on the fair value of the equity instrument on the grant date, and the capital reserve is increased accordingly. In case that the vesting right is available after the completion of services in the waiting period or satisfaction of stipulated performance conditions, on each balance sheet day during the waiting period, the services acquired in the current period are included into the relevant costs or expenses and capital reserve on the basis of the best estimate of the number of feasible equity instruments and at the fair value of the date on which the equity instruments are granted. No adjustments are made to the identified related costs or expenses or total owners' equity after the vesting date.
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36 Revenue recognition

The Company shall recognize the revenue according to the transaction price assigned to the performance obligation when any due performance obligation is fulfilled (namely when the client obtains the control over relevant commodities or services).
(1)General principles applied to revenue recognition
The Company shall recognize the revenue according to the transaction price assigned to the performance obligation when any due performance obligation is fulfilled (namely when the client obtains the control over relevant commodities or services). Performance Obligation means that, under the contract, the Company promises to transfer commodities or services that can be clearly distinguished to the client. “Obtain the control over relevant commodities or services” refers to the ability to completely dominate the use of commodities and obtain almost all economic benefits. From the contract’s effectiveness date, the Company shall evaluate the contract, recognize each single performance obligation included and determine whether each performance obligation is fulfilled within a certain period or at a time point.
When any of the following conditions is met, for performance obligation to be fulfilled within a certain period, the Company shall recognize corresponding revenue within the period as scheduled:
(a)While fulfilling the due obligation in the Company, the client obtains and consumes the resulting economic benefit;
(b)The client is able to control the commodities under construction during the Company’s fulfillment;
(c)Commodities generated from the Company’s fulfillment possess irreplaceable purpose and the Company has the right to charge all fulfilled performance obligations within the whole contract period; otherwise, the Company shall recognize corresponding revenue when the client obtains the control over relevant commodities or services.
For any performance obligation with a certain period, the Company shall apply the output method/input method to determine the appropriate fulfillment schedule based on the specific nature of commodities and services. The output method is to determine the fulfillment schedule according to the value of commodities transferred to the client (while the input method is to determine the fulfillment schedule according to the Company’s input to fulfill the performance obligation). If the fulfillment schedule cannot be reasonably determined and the Company’s costs are predicted to be compensated, corresponding revenue shall be recognized based on the specific cost amount until the fulfillment schedule could be reasonably determined.
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36Revenue recognition (continued)
(2)Principles of handling revenues from specific transactions
(a)For the contract containing the sales return article: When the client obtains the control over relevant commodities, corresponding revenue shall be recognized according to the consideration amount (excluding the amount predicted to be returned due to sales return) predicted to be duly charged from transferring commodities to the client, and corresponding liabilities shall be recognized based on the amount predicted to be returned due to sales return. Meanwhile, when commodities are sold, the balance through deducting the predicted cost from taking back commodities from the book value of commodities predicted to be returned (including the impairment of value of returned commodities) shall be checked and calculated under “Returned Commodities Cost Receivable”.
(b)For the contract containing the quality assurance article: it’s required to evaluate whether the quality assurance involves any separable service except for the promise (to the client) that commodities conform to established standards. If the Company provides additional service, it shall be deemed as a single performance obligation and subject to the accounting treatment according to relevant revenue criteria provisions; otherwise, the quality assurance liability shall be subject to the accounting treatment according to the accounting criteria provisions on Contingency.
(c)For the sales contract containing the client’s additional purchase option: the Company shall evaluate whether the option provides the client with any significant right. If any, it shall be deemed as a single performance obligation and the transaction price shall be apportioned to the performance obligation, and corresponding revenues shall be recognized when the client executes the purchase option right and obtains the control over relevant commodities in the future or when the option becomes invalid. If the separable selling price applied to the client’s additional purchase option right cannot be directly observed, it’s required to comprehensively consider the difference in discounts between the client’s execution of option right and the client’s non-execution of option right and analyze the possibility for the client to execute the option right and other relevant information. Then, corresponding reasonable estimate shall be made.
(d)The contract licensing the IP right to the client: It’s required to evaluate whether the IP right license constitutes any single performance obligation; if any, it is necessary to determine whether the performance obligation fulfillment is fulfilled within a certain period or at a time point. If any IP right license is granted to the client and royalties are charged based on the client’s actual sales or usage, corresponding revenues shall be recognized at a later time between the following dates: the day when the client’s subsequent selling or usage occurs; the day when the Company fulfills relevant performance obligations.
(3)Specific revenue recognition method
(a)Product sales contract
According to the contract terms, for the selling of products subject to performance obligation fulfillment conditions at a time point and other products, the Company shall recognize the realization of sales revenues when the client obtains the control over relevant commodities or services according to the delivery condition agreed in the sales contract upon signed by the client after commodities are received.
(b)Technical service contract
If revenues are recognized within a certain period based on the technical service contract, corresponding revenues shall be recognized according to the performance schedule.
(c)Royalties income
Accounted for according to the time and method of charging as stipulated in the relevant contract or agreement.
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36Revenue recognition (continued)
(3)Specific revenue recognition method (continued)
(d)Revenue from photovoltaic power stations
a. Centralized power stations: Power stations are combined to the grid. The income will be confirmed based on the documents on power supply provided by the business departments of the Company, after the duration of continuous and trouble-free operation specified by the electric power company is met. b. Distributed power stations: Power stations are combined to the grid. The income will be confirmed based on the documents on settlement provided by the business departments of the Company.

37 Contract costs

(1)Contract performance cost
For the cost resulting from performing the contract which is not included in other ASBE except the revenue standards and meets the following conditions, the Company shall recognize it as an asset :
(a)The cost is directly related to a current or predicted contract, including the direct labor, direct material and manufacturing expenses (or similar expenses), the cost borne by the client and other costs resulting from the contract;
(b)The cost adds various resources that can be applied by the Company to fulfill due performance obligations.
(c)The cost is predicted to be recovered.
The asset shall be presented and reported in inventory or other non-current assets, which depends on whether the amortization period exceeds a normal operating cycle during the initial recognition.
(2)Contract acquisition cost
If the increment cost resulting from the Company’s acquisition of contract is predicted to be recovered, it shall be recognized as an asset as the contract acquisition cost. Increment Cost refers to the cost which only results from the contract acquisition, like the sales commission. If the amortization period is less than one year, it shall be included in current profit and loss.
(3)Contract cost amortization
The asset related to the contract cost shall adopt the same basis for the recognition of commodities or services revenues related to the asset, be amortized during the period of fulfilling the performance obligation or according to the fulfillment schedule and be included into current profit and loss.
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37Contract costs (continued)
(4)Impairment of contract costs
For the asset related to the contract cost as mentioned above, if the book value is higher than the difference between the residual consideration predicted to be obtained from the Company’s transfer of commodities related to the asset and the cost to be incurred due to such transfer, depreciation reserves shall be calculated and withdrawn for the surplus which shall also be recognized as the asset impairment loss.
After the impairment allowances is established, if changes in depreciation factors during previous periods have made the above difference higher than the asset’s book value, it shall be restituted to previously established asset impairment allowances and included in current profit and loss. However, the book value of restituted assets shall not exceed the book value of the asset on the date of restitution without establishing impairment allowances.

38 Government grants

(1)Type of change
Government grants are transfers of monetary or non-monetary assets from the government to the Group at nil consideration. According to the grants targets stipulated in the relevant government documents, government grants are classified into government grants related to assets and government grants related to income.
(2)Recognition of government grants
If a government grant is a monetary asset, it is measured at the amount received or receivable. If a government grant is a non-monetary asset, it is measured at fair value. If the fair value cannot be obtained in a reliable way, it is measured at the nominal amount (RMB1). Government grants measured at nominal amounts are recognized directly in the current profits and losses.
(3)Accounting treatment
Government grants related to assets offset the book value of the underlying assets.
If the government grants related to income are used to compensate related costs or losses in the subsequent period, it is recognized as deferred income and included in the current profit and loss or offset costs in the period in which the related costs or losses are recognized; government grants used to compensate costs or losses incurred by the enterprise are directly included in the current profits or losses or offset related costs. For government grants related to the daily activities of the enterprise, the R&D and VAT-related subsidies are included in other income; other government grants offset related costs according to the nature of economic activities. Government grants not related to daily activities of the Company are included in the non-operating income and expenditure. For preferential loans for policy discount, if the government finance department appropriates the discounted funds to the lending bank, the borrowing cost is accounted for according to the principal of the loan and the policy preferential interest rate, with the amount actually received as the entry value of the loan. If the government finance department directly appropriates the interest grant funds to the Company, the grants offset the related borrowing costs.
In case that a confirmed government grant is required to be returned, the book value of the asset is adjusted if the book value of relevant assets is offset at the initial recognition; if there is related deferred income, the book balance of deferred income is offset, and the excess is included in the current profit and loss; in case of other circumstances, it is directly included in the current profit and loss.
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39 Deferred income tax assets and deferred income tax liabilities

The income taxes of the Company include current income tax and deferred income tax. Both current income tax and deferred income tax are recognized in the current profit and loss as income tax expense or gain, except for the following:
(1)Adjusting goodwill due to income tax arising from business combination;
(2)Income tax related to transactions or events directly included in shareholders' equity is included in shareholders’ equity.
On the balance sheet date, the Company recognizes the deferred income tax assets or deferred income tax liabilities in accordance with the balance sheet liability method on temporary differences between the book value of assets or liabilities and their tax base.
The Company recognizes all taxable temporary differences as deferred tax liabilities except the taxable temporary differences incurred in the following transactions:
(1)Initial recognition of goodwill; or initial recognition of assets or liabilities arising from transactions with the following characteristics: the transaction is not a business combination, and does not affect the accounting profits or the amount of taxable income which occurs;
(2)For taxable temporary differences related to investments in subsidiaries, associates and joint ventures, the timing of the reversal of the temporary differences can be controlled and the temporary differences are unlikely to be reversed in the foreseeable future.
The Company recognizes deferred income tax assets arising from deductible temporary differences, subject to the amount of taxable income likely to be obtained to offset the deductible temporary differences, except the deductible temporary differences incurred in the following transactions:
(1)The transaction is not a business combination, and does not affect the accounting profits or the amount of taxable income when occurs;
(2)The deductible temporary differences related to investment in subsidiaries, associates and joint ventures cannot satisfy all the following: the temporary differences are likely to be reversed in the foreseeable future and are likely to be used for deduction of deductible taxable income for temporary differences in the future.
On the balance sheet date, the Company measures the deferred income tax assets and deferred income tax liabilities according to the tax law based on the applicable tax rate during the period of expectation of recovering the assets or paying off the liabilities, and reflects the income tax impact of the expected recovery of assets or liquidation of liabilities on the balance sheet date.
On the balance sheet date, the Company reviews the book value of deferred income tax assets. If it is probable that no sufficient taxable income will be available in the future to offset the benefits of deferred tax assets, the book value of deferred tax assets is written down. When it is probable that sufficient taxable income will be available, the amount written-down will be reversed.
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40 Leases

From the effectiveness date of a contract, the Company assesses whether the contract is a lease or includes any lease. If a party to the contract transfers the right allowing the control over the use of one or more assets that have been identified within a certain period, in exchange for a consideration, such contract is a lease or includes a lease.
(1)Lease contract split
If a contract contains multiple single leases at the same time, the Company will split the contract, and conduct accounting treatment of each single lease respectively.
If a contract contains both lease and non-lease parts at the same time, the Company will split the lease and non-lease parts, conduct accounting treatment of the lease part in accordance with the accounting standards governing leases, and conduct accounting treatment of the non-lease part in accordance with other applicable corporate accounting standards.
(2)Lease contract combination
With regard to two or multiple contracts containing leases concluded by the Company with the same counterparty or its related parties at the same or a similar time, when any of the following conditions is met, the contracts are combined into one contract for accounting treatment:
(a)

Two or multiple contracts are concluded based on an overall business purpose and constitute a package deal,and if they are not considered as a whole, the overall business purpose cannot be understood.

(b)The consideration amount of one contract among the two or multiple contracts depends on the pricing or performance of other contracts.
(c)The rights to use assets transferred by the two or multiple contracts constitute one single lease.
(3)Accounting treatment with the Company as lessee
On the commencement date of the lease term, the Company recognises the right-of-use assets and lease liabilities for the lease, unless it is a simplified short-term lease or low-value asset lease.
(a)Short-term leases and low-value asset leases
A short-term lease refers to a lease that does not include a purchase option and whose lease term does not exceed 12 months. A low-value asset lease refers to a lease where the value will be low when a single leased asset is a new asset.
The Company does not recognize the right-of-use assets or lease liabilities for the following short-term leases and low-value asset leases. In each period within the lease term, the relevant lease payments are included in cost of the related assets or profit or loss for the current period on a straightline basis or according to other systemic and reasonable methods.
ItemSimplified leased asset type
Short-term leaseA lease whose lease term does not exceed 12 months from the commencement date of the lease term
Low-value asset leaseAn asset lease with a value of less than RMB40,000 or its foreign currency equivalents
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40 Leases (continued)

(3)Accounting treatment with the Company as lessee (continued)
The Company recognises the right-of-use assets and lease liabilities for short-term leases and low-value asset leases other than those mentioned above.
(b)The accounting policies for right-of-use assets and lease liabilities are detailed in Note III, 26 and Note III, 34.
(4)Accounting treatment with the Company as lessor
(a)Lease classification:
The Company classifies leases into finance leases and operating leases at the inception of leases. A finance lease refers to a lease where almost all the risks and rewards, related to the ownership of the leased asset(s), are substantially transferred, regardless of whether the ownership is transferred eventually. An operating lease refers to all leases other than finance leases. Usually, the Company classifies a lease that meets any one or more of the following conditions as a finance lease: 1) Upon expiry of the lease term, the ownership of the leased asset(s) is transferred to the lessee. 2) The lessee has the option to purchase the leased assets. As the agreed purchase price is low enough compared with the fair value of the leased asset(s) at the time the option is expected to be exercised, it can be reasonably determined at the inception of the lease that the lessee will exercise the option. 3) Although the ownership of the asset(s) is not transferred, the lease term accounts for the majority of the service life of the leased asset(s). 4) At the inception of the lease, the present value of the lease payments receivable is almost equal to the fair value of the leased asset(s). 5) The leased asset(s) is/are special in nature and can be only used by the lessee, unless there is a large alteration. The Company may also classify a lease that falls under any one or more of the following circumstances as a finance lease: 1) If the lessee cancels the lease, losses to the lessor caused by the cancellation will be borne by the lessee. 2) Gains or losses arising from fluctuations in the fair value of the residual value of the leased asset(s) are borne by the lessee. 3) The lessee is able to renew the lease with a rental far lower than the market level to the next term.
(b)Accounting treatment of finance leases
On the commencement date of the lease term, the Company recognises the finance lease receivables for the finance lease and derecognises the leased asset(s) of the finance lease. In the initial measurement of finance lease receivables, the sum of the unsecured residual value and the present value of the lease payments receivable not yet received on the commencement date of the lease term discounted at the interest rate implicit in lease is the entry value of the finance lease receivables. Lease payments receivable include: 1) The amount of fixed payments, net of amounts related to lease incentives, and the amount of substantive fixed payments; 2) Variable lease payments that depend on indexation or ratios; 3) The exercise price of the purchase option, when applicable, if it is reasonably certain that the lessee will exercise the purchase option; 4) The amount required to be paid by the lessee to exercise the option to terminate the lease if the lease term reflects that the lessee will exercise the option to terminate the lease; 5) Secured residual value provided to the lessor by the lessee, a party related to the lessee, or an independent third party that has the financial ability to perform the security provision obligation. The received variable lease payments that are not included in the measurement of the net investment in the lease are included in profit or loss for the current period when they are actually incurred.
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40 Leases (continued)

(4)Accounting treatment with the Company as lessor (continued)
(c)Accounting treatment of operating leases
For each period of the lease term, the Company adopts the straight-line method or other systematic and reasonable methods to recognize the lease receipts of the operating lease as rental income; the Company capitalizes the initial direct expenses incurred in connection with the operating lease, amortizes them over the lease term on the same basis as that for the recognition of the rental income, and includes them in the current profit and loss by stage; the Company includes the variable lease payments, obtained in connection with the operating lease that are not included in the lease receipts, in the current profit and loss when actually incurred.
(5)Sale and leaseback
(a)The Company as seller and lessee
If the asset transfer in a sale and leaseback transaction is a sale, the Company will measure the right-of-use assets formed by the sale and leaseback based on the portion of the original asset’s carrying value that is related to the use right acquired by the leaseback, and recognise related gains or losses only for the right transferred to the lessor. If the fair value of the sales consideration is different from the fair value of the asset, or if the lessor does not charge the rent at the market price, the Company will conduct accounting treatment with the sales consideration amount below the market price as the prepaid rent, or the amount above the market price as the additional financing provided by the lessor to the lessee; at the same time, the relevant sales gains or losses will be adjusted based on the fair value. If the asset transfer in a sale and leaseback transaction is not a sale, the Company will continue to recognise the transferred asset and at the same time recognise a financial liability equivalent to the transfer income.
(b)The Company as buyer and lessor
If the asset transfer in a sale and leaseback transaction is a sale, the Company will conduct corresponding accounting treatment for asset purchase and apply the accounting standards governing leases to the accounting treatment of the asset lease. If the fair value of the sales consideration is different from the fair value of the asset, or if the Company does not charge the rent at the market price, the Company will conduct accounting treatment with the sales consideration amount below the market price as the pre-collected rent, or the amount above the market price as the additional financing provided by the Company to the lessee; at the same time, the rental receipt will be adjusted based on the market price. If the asset transfer in a sale and leaseback transaction is not a sale, the Company will recognise a financial asset equivalent to the transfer income.

41 Related parties

If one party controls, commonly controls or exerts a significant influence on the other party, and two or more parties are under the control, common control or significant influence of the other party, they constitute related parties.
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42 Discontinued operations

The Company recognizes a component disposed of or classified as a component that can be separately distinguished from the category held for sale and satisfies any of the following as a component of discontinued operations: (1) The component represents an independent major business or a separate major business area; (2) This component is part of a related plan to dispose of an independent major business or a separate major operating area; (3) This component is a subsidiary that is acquired for resale. Operating profit and loss, such as impairment losses for discontinued operations and the amount reversed, and disposal profit and loss are presented in the income statement as profit and loss of discontinued operations.

43 Changes to major accounting policies and estimates

(1)Change of accounting policy
(a)Impact of the adoption of the Interpretation to Accounting Standards for Business Enterprises No. 15 on the Company
On December 31, 2021, the Ministry of Finance issued the Interpretation to Accounting Standards for Business Enterprises No. 15(Cai Kuai [2021] No. 35, hereinafter referred to as the "Interpretation No. 15"). Interpretation No. 15 outlined that "the accounting treatment of the external sales of products or by-products produced before the fixed assets reach the intended serviceable state or during the R&D process" (hereinafter referred to as "trial sales") and "the judgment on loss-making contracts", effective from January 1, 2022.
①Accounting treatment of the external sales of products or by-products produced before the fixed assets reach the intended serviceable state or during the R&D process
For trial sales that occurred between the beginning of the period (i.e. January 1, 2021) and the implementation date of the Interpretation (January 1, 2022), the Company has made retroactive adjustments in accordance with Interpretation No. 15.
According to the provisions of Interpretation No. 15, the Company adjusted the relevant items of the balance sheet as follows:
Balance Sheet itemsDecember 31, 2021
Before the ChangeAccumulated amount impacted before changeAfter the Change
Fixed assets113,579,297144,462113,723,759
Construction in progress36,965,88563,61937,029,504
Intangible assets13,982,64717,89914,000,546
Development costs2,508,41931,7802,540,199
Deferred income tax assets2,153,346-2,9232,150,423
Retained earnings22,458,34069,34622,527,686
Non-controlling interests76,611,057185,49176,796,548
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43 Changes to Major Accounting Policies and Estimates (continued)

(1)Changes to Accounting Policies (continued)
The Company adjusted the relevant items presented in the income statement and the cash flow statement as follows:
Items presented in the income statement and cash flow statementJanuary - June 2021
Before the ChangeAccumulated amount impacted before changeAfter the Change
Revenue74,298,647107,20274,405,849
Cost of sales57,984,97283,99958,068,971
R&D expenses3,428,197(25,238)3,402,959
Income tax expense1,413,5742,9231,416,497
② Judgment on onerous contracts
The Company has not fulfilled all obligations when it first implemented Interpretation No. 15 (January 1, 2022), and the implementation of this provision has no significant impact on the Company's financial statements for comparable periods.
(2)Changes to accounting estimates
No change occurred to the major accounting estimates in the reporting period.

44 Correction of previous accounting errors

No previous accounting errors were identified and corrected in the reporting period.

IV Taxes

1Value-added tax
In the reporting period, output tax was calculated at 3%, 5%, 6%, 9% or 13% of the taxable income of general taxpayers and the value added-tax was paid based on the difference after deducting the allowance deduction of input tax in the current period. The value added-tax payment for the Company’s directly exported goods is executed in accordance with the regulations of “Exemption, Offset and Refund”. The tax refund rate is 0%-13%.
2Urban maintenance and construction tax
Subject to the relevant tax laws and regulations of the state and local regulations, urban maintenance and construction tax is paid based on the proportion stipulated by the state according to the individual circumstances of each member of the Company.
3Education surcharges
Education surcharges are paid according to the individual circumstances of each member of the Company based on the proportion stipulated by the state in accordance with the relevant national tax regulations and local regulations.
4Dike protection fee
Dike protection fee is paid according to relevant national tax regulations and local regulations.
5Property tax
Property tax is paid on the houses with property rights according to the proportion stipulated by the state in accordance with the relevant national tax regulations and local regulations.
IVTaxes (continued)
6Corporate income tax
The corporate income tax rate for the Company was 15% in the current period.
According to Article 28 of the Enterprise Income Tax Law of the People's Republic of China, a reduced corporate income tax rate of 15% is applied to important high-tech enterprises that the government supports.
The following subsidiaries are entitled to tax preferences, overseas subsidiaries adopt the local tax rates, and the other subsidiaries of the Company are all taxed at a rate of 25%.
Subsidiaries entitled to tax preferences:
Company NamePreferential tax rateReason
TCL China Star Optoelectronics Technology Co., Ltd.15%High-tech enterprise
Shenzhen China Star Optoelectronics Semiconductor Display Technology Co., Ltd.15%High-tech enterprise
Wuhan China Star Optoelectronics Technology Co., Ltd.15%High-tech enterprise
Wuhan China Star Optoelectronics Semiconductor Display Technology Co., Ltd.15%High-tech enterprise
Suzhou China Star Optoelectronics Technology Co., Ltd.15%High-tech enterprise
Shenzhen TCL High-Tech Development Co., Ltd.15%High-tech enterprise
Qingdao Blue Business Consulting Co., Ltd.15%High-tech enterprise
Tianjin Huan'Ou Semiconductor Material&Technology Co., Ltd.15%High-tech enterprise
TianJin Zhonghuan Advanced Material&Technology Co., Ltd.15%High-tech enterprise
Inner Mongolia Zhonghuan Solar Material Co., Ltd.15%High-tech enterprise
Huansheng Solar (Jiangsu) Co., Ltd.15%High-tech enterprise
Zhangjiakou Huan? Ou International New Energy Technology Co., Ltd.15%High-tech enterprise
Wuxi Zhonghuan Applied Materials Co., Ltd.15%High-tech enterprise
Inner Mongolia Zhonghuan Crystal Materials Co., Ltd.15%High-tech enterprise
Tianjin Huanzhi New Energy Technology Co., Ltd.15%High-tech enterprise
Tianjin Printronics Circuit Corporation15%High-tech enterprise
Tianjin Huanbo Science and Technology Co., Ltd.15%High-tech enterprise
Tianjin Zhonghuan Electronics Computer Co., Ltd.15%High-tech enterprise
Guangdong TCL New Technology Co., Ltd.15%High-tech enterprise
Shenzhen Qianhai Maojia Software Technology Co., Ltd.15%High-tech enterprise
Inner Mongolia Zhonghuan Crystal Materials Co., Ltd.15%High-tech enterprise, encouraged business in West China
Ningxia Zhonghuan Solar Material Co., Ltd.15%Encouraged business in West China
Phase I and Phase II projects of Hohhot Huanju New Energy Development Co., Ltd.15% 7.5%State-supported public infrastructure project, encouraged business in West China
Inner Mongolia Zhonghuan Advanced Semiconductor Material Co., Ltd.12.5%Encouraged business in West China
Yixing Huanxing New Energy Co., Ltd.12.5%State-supported public infrastructure project
Guyuan Shengju New Energy Co., Ltd.12.5%State-supported public infrastructure project
Shangqiu Yaowei Photovoltaic Power Generation Co., Ltd.12.5%State-supported public infrastructure project
Tianjin Huanyu Yangguang New Energy Technology Co., Ltd.12.5%State-supported public infrastructure project

IV Taxes (continued)

6 Corporate income tax (continued)

Company NamePreferential tax rateReason
Huludao Zhongrun Energy Technology Co., Ltd.12.5%State-supported public infrastructure project
Qinhuangdao Tianhui Solar Energy Co., Ltd.12.5%State-supported public infrastructure project
Huludao Xincheng New Energy Technology Co., Ltd.12.5%State-supported public infrastructure project
Zhangjiakou Shengyuan New Energy Co., Ltd.12.5%State-supported public infrastructure project
Dushan Anju Photovoltaic Technology Co., Ltd.7.5%State-supported public infrastructure project, encouraged business in West China
Sonid Left Banner Huanxin New Energy Co., Ltd.7.5%State-supported public infrastructure project, encouraged business in West China
Otog Banner Huanju New Energy Co., Ltd.7.5%State-supported public infrastructure project, encouraged business in West China
Inner Mongolia New Huanyu Yangguang New Energy Technology Co., Ltd.7.5%State-supported public infrastructure project, encouraged business in West China
Gengma Huanxing New Energy Co., Ltd.7.5%State-supported public infrastructure project, encouraged business in West China
Shaanxi Runhuan Tianyu Technology Co., Ltd.Tax-freeState-supported public infrastructure project, encouraged business in West China
Tianjin Binhai Huanneng New Energy Co., Ltd.Tax-freeState-supported public infrastructure project
Gaoqing Huanyuan Energy Technology Co., Ltd.Tax-freeState-supported public infrastructure project
Gaoqing Chengguang Energy Technology Co., Ltd.Tax-freeState-supported public infrastructure project
Ningjin Jinchen New Energy Co., Ltd.Tax-freeState-supported public infrastructure project
Ongniud Banner Guangrun New Energy Co., Ltd.7.5%State-supported public infrastructure project, encouraged business in West China
Tuquan Guanghuan New Energy Co., Ltd.7.5%State-supported public infrastructure project, encouraged business in West China
Dangxiong Youhao New Energy Development Co., Ltd.7.5%State-supported public infrastructure project, encouraged business in West China

IV Taxes (continued)

6 Corporate income tax (continued)

Company NamePreferential tax rateReason
Shangqiu Suoguang Energy Technology Co., Ltd.2.5% ~ 10%Small low-profit business
Shangqiu Suoyuan Energy Technology Co., Ltd.2.5% ~ 10%Small low-profit business
Inner Mongolia Zhonghuan Construction Management Co., Ltd.2.5% ~ 10%Small low-profit business
Inner Mongolia Environmental Energy Resources Development Co., Ltd.2.5% ~ 10%Small low-profit business
Ulanqab Dishengsheng Energy Co., Ltd.5.0%Small low-profit business
Tongliao Guangdong New Energy Co., Ltd.5.0%Small low-profit business
Alxa League Huanju New Energy Co., Ltd.5.0%Small low-profit business
Jinxiang Haotian New Energy Co., Ltd.5.0%Small low-profit business
Inner Mongolia Zhonghuan Asset Management Co., Ltd.5.0%Small low-profit business
Inner Mongolia Huanya Hotel Management Co., Ltd.5.0%Small low-profit business
Shangqiu Suoneng Energy Technology Co., Ltd.2.5%Small low-profit business
Tianjin Zhonghuan Zhongda Technology Co., Ltd.2.5%Small low-profit business
Sichuan Sunpiestore Technology Co., Ltd.5%Small low-profit business
Guizhou Sunpiestore Technology Co., Ltd.5%Small low-profit business
Tianjin Zhonghuan Hengda Technology Co., Ltd.2.5%Small low-profit business
Tianjin Yingtuo Computer Control Technology Co., Ltd.2.5%Small low-profit business
Tianjin Zhongdian High Tech Co., Ltd.2.5%Small low-profit business
Tianjin Zhonghuan Electronic Instrument Co., Ltd.2.5%Small low-profit business
According to the Notice on Implementing Inclusive Tax Reduction and Exemption Policies for Small and Micro Enterprises (Cai Shui [2019] No. 13) issued by the Ministry of Finance and the State Administration of Taxation on January 17, 2019 and the Announcement on Implementing Preferential Income Tax Policies for Small and Micro Enterprises and Individual Industrial and Commercial Households(Announcement No. 12 [2021] of the Ministry of Finance and State Administration of Taxation) issued by the Ministry of Finance and the State Administration of Taxation on April 2, 2021, the annual taxable income of a small low-profit enterprise that is not less than RMB1 million shall be included in its taxable income at the reduced rate of 25%, and shall be eligible to halve its corporate income tax after it pays corporate income tax with tax rate of 20% thereafter for the period from January 1, 2021 to December 31, 2022. According to the Announcement on Further Implementing Preferential Income Tax Policies for Small and Micro Enterprises issued by the Ministry of Finance and the State Administration of Taxation on March 14, 2022 (Announcement No. 13 [2022] of the Ministry of Finance and the State Administration of Taxation), from January 1, 2022 to December 31, 2024, the annual taxable income of small and low-profit enterprises exceeding RMB1 million but at no more than 3 million yuan will be included in the taxable income at a reduced rate of 25%, and the enterprise income tax will be paid at the rate of 20%. .
7Individual income tax
Individual income tax of income paid to employees by the Company is withheld by the Company on behalf of employees in accordance with to the relevant national tax regulations.

V Notes to Consolidated Financial Statements

1 Monetary assets

June 30, 2022December 31, 2021
Cash on hand601789
Bank deposits30,617,09329,049,850
Deposits with the central bank433,812481,162
Interest receivable on deposits196,41064,825
Other monetary assets2,547,6011,797,066
33,795,51731,393,692
NoteMonetary assets with restricted use rights
June 30, 2022December 31, 2021
TCL Tech Finance's statutory reserve deposits with the central bank432,087358,178
Interest receivable on deposits196,41064,825
Other restricted monetary assets1,490,699888,984
2,119,1961,311,987
On June 30, 2022, the Company's bank deposits of RMB432,087 thousand (At the end of 2021: RMB358,178 thousand) were statutory deposit reserves deposited with the Central Bank by TCL Technology Group Finance Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of the Company.
On June 30, 2022, the Company’s monetary assets offshore amounted to RMB3,059,740 thousand (At the end of 2021: RMB2,817,430 thousand), all of which were owned by the overseas subsidiaries of the Company.
VNotes to Consolidated Financial Statements (Continued)

2 Held-for-trading financial assets

June 30, 2022December 31, 2021
Financial assets at fair value through profit or loss8,975,0137,601,256
Including: Debt instrument investments8,715,1457,288,741
Equity instrument investments259,868312,515
8,975,0137,601,256

3 Derivative financial assets

June 30, 2022December 31, 2021
Foreign exchange forwards377,65859,063
Interest rate swaps110,40711,866
Others363-
488,42870,929

4 Notes receivable

(1)Notes receivable by category
June 30, 2022December 31, 2021
Bank acceptance notes502,406775,423
Letter of credit268,962-
Trade acceptance notes697779
772,065776,202
VNotes to Consolidated Financial Statements (Continued)
4Notes receivable (continued)
(1)Notes receivable by category (continued)
June 30, 2022December 31, 2021
Gross amountAllowanceCarrying amountGross amountAllowanceCarrying amount
AmountRatio (%)AmountPercentageAmountRatio (%)AmountPercentage
Notes receivable for which the allowance for doubtful accounts were established on the grouping basis772,065100%--772,065776,202100%--776,202
Including: group with no recovery risk771,36899.91%--771,368775,42399.90%--775,423
By aging analysis6970.09%--6977790.10%--779
772,065100%--772,065776,202100%--776,202
(2)On June 30, 2022, notes receivable in pledge were RMB278,564 thousand.
(3)Endorsed or discounted notes receivable that were outstanding on the balance sheet date and were derecognized as on June 30, 2022 amounted to RMB395,695 thousand. Endorsed or discounted notes receivable that were not outstanding on the balance sheet date and were not derecognized as amounted to RMB103,639 thousand.

5 Accounts receivable

June 30, 2022December 31, 2021
Accounts receivable19,525,09918,657,744
Less: allowance for doubtful accounts439,866418,962
19,085,23318,238,782
VNotes to Consolidated Financial Statements (Continued)
5Accounts receivable (continued)
(1)Accounts receivable in the period from January 1, 2022 to June 30, 2022 are classified as follows by how the allowances for doubtful accounts were provisioned :
June 30, 2022
Gross amountAllowance
Lifetime ECL rateGross amount
Accounts receivable for which the related allowances for doubtful accounts were established on the individual basis209,909100%209,903
Of which:
Accounts receivable209,909100%209,903
Accounts receivable for which the related allowances for doubtful accounts were established on the grouping basis19,315,1901.19%229,963
Of which:
Group 1: By aging analysis13,841,3521.53%211,226
Group 2 : by related party grouping4,378,8610.43%18,737
Group 3: Group with no recovery risk1,094,978--
19,525,099439,866
(2)The aging of accounts receivable is analysed as follows:
June 30, 2022December 31, 2021
AmountRatio (%)AmountRatio (%)
Within 1 year18,102,94692.72%17,493,94193.76%
1 to 2 years535,3722.74%465,3912.49%
2 to 3 years325,7061.67%309,1501.66%
Over 3 years561,0752.87%389,2622.09%
19,525,099100%18,657,744100%
VNotes to Consolidated Financial Statements (Continued)
5Accounts receivable (continued)
(3)Allowances for doubtful accounts receivable are analysed as follows:
June 30, 2022December 31, 2021
Beginning amount418,962281,281
New subsidiary-33,745
Accrued in current period39,854209,480
Reversal of current period(18,627)(86,588)
Write-off of current period(1,200)(12,759)
Reduced subsidiary-(5,381)
Exchange adjustment877(816)
Ending amount439,866418,962
(4)On June 30, 2022, the accounts receivable of the top five balances are as follows:
June 30, 2022December 31, 2021
Total amount owed by the top five8,856,2428,922,641
Proportion of total accounts receivable45.36%47.82%

6 Receivables financing

June 30, 2022December 31, 2021
Notes receivable financing2,223,8492,217,639
2,223,8492,217,639
NoteEndorsed or discounted notes receivable that were outstanding on the balance sheet date and were derecognized on June 30, 2022 amounted to RMB25,046,597 thousand.
On June 30, 2022, the Company was of the opinion that the held receivables financing did not have significant credit risk and would not cause significant losses due to default.
VNotes to Consolidated Financial Statements (Continued)

7 Prepayments

(1)Prepayments are analyzed as follows:
June 30, 2022December 31, 2021
Within 1 year3,995,4362,297,910
1-2 years38,9586,560
2-3 years4,2771,376
Over 3 years242479
4,038,9132,306,325
(2)As of June 30, 2022, the prepayments of the top five balances are as follows:
June 30, 2022December 31, 2021
Total amount owed by the top five2,191,7271,681,650
As % of total prepayments54.27%72.91%

8 Other receivables

June 30, 2022December 31, 2021
Dividends receivable335,077-
Other receivables3,837,7714,458,621
4,172,8484,458,621

(1)

Dividends receivable

June 30, 2022December 31, 2021
Bank of Shanghai Co., Ltd.327,157-
Tianjin 712 Communication & Broadcasting Co., Ltd.7,777-
Others143-
335,077-
VNotes to Consolidated Financial Statements (Continued)
8Other receivables (continued)

(2) Other receivables

June 30, 2022December 31, 2021
Other receivables4,063,6584,681,100
Less: allowance for doubtful accounts225,887222,479
3,837,7714,458,621
(a)Nature of other receivables is analyzed as follows:
June 30, 2022December 31, 2021
Subsidy receivable1,985,4911,696,203
Equity transfer receivables708,2651,480,960
Receivables from external entities535,127832,197
Security deposits513,792421,430
Others95,09627,831
3,837,7714,458,621
(b)Allowance for doubtful other receivables is analyzed as follows:
12-month ECLLifetime ECL (credit not impaired)Lifetime ECL (credit impaired)Total
Beginning amount76,254120,29125,934222,479
Current accrual5,49823-5,521
Reversal of current period(3)(912)(255)(1,170)
Write-off of current period-(652)(254)(906)
Exchange adjustment(37)--(37)
June 30, 202281,712118,75025,425225,887
VNotes to Consolidated Financial Statements (Continued)
8Other receivables (continued)
(c)The aging of other receivables is analyzed as follows:
June 30, 2022December 31, 2021
Carrying amountRatio (%)Carrying amountRatio (%)
Within 1 year3,291,86481.00%3,991,24885.26%
1 to 2 years347,6268.55%292,8056.26%
2 to 3 years258,5336.37%228,9744.89%
Over 3 years165,6354.08%168,0733.59%
4,063,658100%4,681,100100%
(d)As of June 30, 2022, the other receivables of the top five balances are as follows:
June 30, 2022December 31, 2021
Total amount owed by the top five2,754,2013,381,203
As % of total other receivables67.78%72.23%
(e)On June 30, 2022, there was no transfer of other receivables that did not conform to the conditions for derecognition in the balance of this account; no transaction arrangement for asset securitization with other receivables as the subject asset; and no financial instrument that was the subject of securitization and did not conform to the conditions for derecognition.
VNotes to Consolidated Financial Statements (Continued)

9 Inventories

(1)Inventories are classified as follows:
June 30, 2022December 31, 2021
Gross amountProvision for depreciation of inventories / provision for impairment of contract performance costsCarrying amountGross amountProvision for depreciation of inventories / provision for impairment of contract performance costsCarrying amount
Raw materials4,220,419698,9083,521,5114,247,095652,2653,594,830
Work in progress2,778,138334,0732,444,0652,705,288321,6062,383,682
Finished Goods8,816,1981,089,2577,726,9418,541,513823,7017,717,812
Turnover materials333,6431,156332,487388,1351,102387,033
16,148,3982,123,39414,025,00415,882,0311,798,67414,083,357
On June 30, 2022, the Company had no inventory for liabilities guarantee.
(2)Provision for depreciation of inventories / provision for impairment of contract performance costs:
January 1, 2022Current AccrualCurrent ReversalCurrent Write-offExchange AdjustmentJune 30, 2022
Raw materials652,265202,134(16,463)(139,028)-698,908
Work in progress321,606163,357(45,359)(105,531)-334,073
Finished Goods823,701708,657(5,472)(438,211)5821,089,257
Turnover materials1,10254---1,156
1,798,6741,074,202(67,294)(682,770)5822,123,394
VNotes to Consolidated Financial Statements (Continued)

10 Contract assets

(1)Contract assets are classified as follows:
June 30, 2022December 31, 2021
Gross amountAllowance for doubtful accountsCarrying amountGross amountAllowance for doubtful accountsCarrying amount
Electricity charges receivable284,4509,162275,288239,7536,224233,529
(2)Valuation allowances for contract assets are analyzed as follows:
January 1, 2022Current AccrualCurrent Reversal or write-offOther increases and decreasesJune 30, 2022
Electricity charges6,2242,938--9,162

11 Other current assets

June 30, 2022December 31, 2021
Short-term debt investments279,000571,140
VAT to be deducted, to be certified, etc.2,455,8463,931,095
Current portion of loans and advances to customers (note)1,228,7271,169,487
Others197,233131,238
4,160,8065,802,960
Note: Loans and advances due within one year are loans due within one year from TCL Technology Group Finance Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of the Company, of which interest receivable is RMB3,387 thousand.
VNotes to Consolidated Financial Statements (Continued)

12 Debt Investments

June 30, 2022December 31, 2021
National debt and secondary market debt (note)20,136-

13 Long-term receivables

June 30, 2022December 31, 2021Discount rate Interval
Gross amountAllowanceCarrying amountGross amountAllowanceCarrying amount
Finance lease639,690-639,690651,118-651,1187.125%-8.115%
Including: unrealized financing income(814,080)-(814,080)(848,837)-(848,837)
639,690-639,690651,118-651,118

14 Long-term equity investments

June 30, 2022December 31, 2021
Gross amountImpairment allowanceCarrying amountGross amountImpairment allowanceCarrying amount
Associates (1)26,123,7801,62426,122,15625,086,9451,62425,085,321
Joint ventures (2)592,41749,503542,914604,76049,503555,257
26,716,19751,12726,665,07025,691,70551,12725,640,578
As of June 30, 2022, the Company established impairment allowances for long-term equity investments in investees with poor management and insolvent assets.
VNotes to Consolidated Financial Statements (Continued)
14Long-term equity investments (continued)

(1) Associates

Increase or decrease in current period
Name of investeeBeginning amountIncrease/decrease in investment in current periodInvestment gains and losses recognized by equity methodOther comprehensive income adjustmentOther equity changesDeclared Cash dividends or profit distribution declaredAccrued Impairment allowanceOther increases and decreasesJune 30, 2022
Bank of Shanghai Co., Ltd.11,919,796-729,6724,068-(327,157)--12,326,379
China Innovative Capital Management Limited1,063,219-(74,814)-----988,405
LG Electronics (Huizhou) Co., Ltd.92,079-5,763--(13,000)--84,842
Shenzhen Qianhai Sailing International Supply Chain Management Co., Ltd.36,160-(1,405)-----34,755
Shenzhen Jucai Supply Chain Technology Co., Ltd.10,706-2,311-----13,017
Shenzhen Tixiang Business Management Technology Co., Ltd.3,620-(1,823)----1,797
TCL Air Conditioner (Wuhan) Co., Ltd.38,605-315----38,920
TCL Finance (Hong Kong) Co., Limited109,317-(9,014)----100,303
Urumqi TCL Equity Investment Management Co., Ltd.71-675----746
Hubei Changjiang Hezhi Equity Investment Fund Partnership (Limited Partnership)1,555,876(4,304)129,552----1,681,124
Ningbo Dongpeng Weichuang Equity Investment Partnership (Limited Partnership)396,773(4,993)9,707--(44,257)--357,230
Deqing Puhua Equity Investment Fund Partnership (Limited Partnership)192,956(41,572)(788)----150,596
VNotes to Consolidated Financial Statements (Continued)
14Long-term equity investments (continued)
(1)Associates (continued)
Increase or decrease in current period
Name of investeeBeginning amountIncrease/decrease in investment in current periodInvestment gains and losses recognized by equity methodOther comprehensive income adjustmentOther equity changesDeclared Cash dividends or profit distribution declaredImpairment allowanceOther increases and decreasesJune 30, 2022
Ningbo Dongpeng Heli Equity Investment Partnership (Limited Partnership)463,294(15,690)(10,793)--(42,218)--394,593
Wuxi TCL Aisikai Semi-conductor Industry Investment Fund Partnership (Limited Partnership)232,764(3,767)63,9776---(6)292,974
Wuxi TCL Venture Capital Partnership (Limited Partnership)35,580-(6)----635,580
Ningbo Meishan Bonded Port Qiyu Investment Management Partnership (Limited Partnership)64,975-(583)-----64,392
Shanghai Gen Auspicious Venture Capital Partnership (Limited Partnership)29,945-(1,333)145-(571)--28,186
Nanjing Zijin A Dynamic Investment Partnership (Limited Partnership)19,725-(2)6----19,729
Huizhou Kaichuang Venture Investment Partnership (Limited Partnership)8,700------8,700
Beijing A Dynamic Venture Capital Center (Limited Partnership)6,415-3,510-----9,925
Yixing Jiangnan Tianyuan Venture Capital Company (Limited Partnership)3,750-(3)9----3,756
Shenzhen Chuangdong New Industry Investment Fund Enterprise (Limited Partnership)2,341-------2,341
Hubei Changjiang Hezhi Equity Investment Fund Management Co., Ltd.6,006-919-----6,925
Huizhou Kaimeng Angel Investment Partnership (Limited Partnership)2,595-(14)-----2,581
Ningbo Jiutian Matrix Investment Management Co., Ltd. (note)2,851-(106)-----2,745
Urumqi Qixinda Equity Investment Management Co., Ltd.1,137-837-----1,974
VNotes to Consolidated Financial Statements (Continued)
14Long-term equity investments (continued)
(1)Associates (continued)
Increase or decrease in current period
Name of investeeBeginning amountIncrease/decrease in investment in current periodInvestment gains and losses recognized by equity methodOther comprehensive income adjustmentOther equity changesDeclared Cash dividends or profit distribution declaredAccrued Impairment allowanceOther increases and decreasesJune 30, 2022
Urumqi TCL Create Dynamic Equity Investment Management Co., Ltd.761-(1)-----760
Beijing A Dynamic Investment Consulting Co., Ltd.469-------469
Shanghai Gen Auspicious Investment Management Co., Ltd.918-(1,501)--(362)--(945)
Nanjing A Dynamic Equity Investment Fund Management Co., Ltd.283-(2)-----281
Wuxi TCL Medical Imaging Technology Co., Ltd.29,235-(4,583)----7224,724
Aijiexu New Electronic Display Glass (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd.635,360-63,000-----698,360
TCL Ventures Fund L.P.53,019-12,113----2,79967,931
Getech Ltd.21,032-(4,211)199---8,40125,421
TCL Environmental Technology Co., Ltd.130,643-3,539-----134,182
Guangdong Innovative Lingyue Intelligent Manufacturing and Information Technology Industry Equity Investment Fund Partnership (Limited Partnership)372,976-(5,792)-----367,184
Guangdong Utrust Emerging Industry Equity Investment Fund Partnership (Limited Partnership)151,026(279)13,636-----164,383
VNotes to Consolidated Financial Statements (Continued)
14Long-term equity investments (continued)
(1)Associates (continued)
Increase or decrease in current period
Name of investeeBeginning amountIncrease/decrease in investment in current periodInvestment gains and losses recognized by equity methodOther comprehensive income adjustmentOther equity changesDeclared Cash dividends or profit distribution declaredAccrued Impairment allowanceOther increases and decreasesJune 30, 2022
Shenzhen Xinhuoyicheng Recreational and Sports Industry Co., Ltd.1,417-(45)-----1,372
Pride Telecom Limited---------
JOLED Incorporation869,07380,960(92,657)----(95,560)761,816
Sichuan Shengtian New Energy Development Co., Ltd.478,264-15,162-----493,426
Yanyuan Fengguang New Energy Co., Ltd.62,528(41,822)(4,454)--(16,252)---
SunPower Systems International Limited27,792-554-----28,346
Zhonghuan Aineng (Beijing) Technology Co., Ltd.6,843-(1,371)-----5,472
Inner Mongolia Zhongjing Science and Technology Research Institute Co., Ltd.122,960-10,002-----132,962
Hunan Guoxin Semiconductor Technology Co., Ltd.9,758-(330)-----9,428
Maxeon Solar Technologies, Ltd.2,020,194-(158,018)-----1,862,176
Xinjiang Xiexin New Energy Material Technology Co., Ltd.1,691,361-1,039,939-----2,731,300
Ruihuan (Inner Mongolia) Solar Power Co., Ltd.5,896-------5,896
Tianjin Zhonghuan Haihe Intelligent Manufacturing Fund Partnership (Limited Partnership)659,630-2-----659,632
Zhonghuan Feilang (Tianjin) Technology Co., Ltd.4,722-145-----4,867
Ningbo Zhongxin Venture Capital Partnership Tianjin Huanxin58,278-(289)-----57,989
VNotes to Consolidated Financial Statements (Continued)
14Long-term equity investments (continued)
(1)Associates (continued)
Increase or decrease in current period
Name of investeeBeginning amountIncrease/decrease in investment in current periodInvestment gains and losses recognized by equity methodOther comprehensive income adjustmentOther equity changesDeclared Cash dividends or profit distribution declaredAccrued Impairment allowanceOther increases and decreasesJune 30, 2022
TCL Huanxin Semi-conductor (Tianjin) Co., Ltd.421,762-(74)-----421,688
Inner Mongolia Shengou Electromechanical Engineering Co., Ltd.2,914----(2,289)--625
Inner Mongolia Huanye Material Co., Ltd.4,109-------4,109
Shenzhen Shutuo Technology Co., Ltd.38,038-(428)-----37,610
Shenzhen Qianhai Sailing International Supply Chain Management Co., Ltd.49,964-3,020-----52,984
Wuhan Guochuangke Optoelectronic Equipment Co., Ltd.24,744-(539)-----24,205
TCL Intelligent Technology (Ningbo) Co., Ltd.---------
Zhihui Xinyuan Commercial (Huizhou) Co., Ltd.---------
Purplevine Holdings Limited-3,7899,200----(5,142)7,849
Hubei Consumer Finance Co., Ltd.168,654-6,091----(14,174)160,572
Tianjin 712 Communication & Broadcasting Co., Ltd.661,442(88,084)21,332--(7,777)-(64,342)522,569
25,085,321(115,762)1,769,9944,434-(453,883)-(167,948)26,122,156
Note: Tianjin Huanxin Technology & Development Co., Ltd. Was renamed as TCL Huanxin Semi-conductor (Tianjin) Co., Ltd in April 2022.
VNotes to Consolidated Financial Statements (Continued)
14Long-term equity investments (continued)

(2) Joint ventures

Increase or decrease in current period
Name of investeeBeginning amountIncrease/decrease in investment in current periodInvestment gains and losses recognized by equity methodOther comprehensive income adjustmentOther equity changesDeclared Cash dividends or profit distribution declaredAccrued Impairment allowanceOther increases and decreasesJune 30, 2022
TCL Huizhou City, Kai Enterprise Management Limited1,329-11-----1,340
Huizhou TCL Human Resources Service Co., Ltd.3,296-3,030-----6,326
Zhangjiakou Qixin Equity Investment Fund Partnership92,681-(757)-----91,924
Huaxia CPV (Inner Mongolia) Power Co., Ltd. (Note 1)---------
Tianjin Huanyan Technology Co., Ltd.144,517-(269)-----144,248
TCL Microchip Technology (Guangdong) Co., Ltd.313,434-(14,358)-----299,076
555,257-(12,343)-----542,914
VNotes to Consolidated Financial Statements (Continued)
14Long-term equity investments (continued)

(3) Impairment allowances for long-term equity investments

January 1, 2022Increase in current periodDecrease in current periodJune 30, 2022Note
Pride Telecom Limited1,624--1,624Note 1
Huaxia CPV (Inner Mongolia) Power Co., Ltd.49,503--49,503Note 1
51,127--51,127
Note 1Impairment allowances were established for the long-term investments in these investees at recoverable amounts because continuous operations loss occurred to these investees with poor management.

15 Investments in other equity instruments

June 30, 2022December 31, 2021
Stocks88,092109,011
Equity of unlisted companies839,444818,308
927,536927,319
Item nameConfirmed Dividend income recognizedAccumulated ProfitsAccumulated lossesAmount of other comprehensive income transferred to retained earningsReasons designated as measured at fair value and whose changes are included in other comprehensive incomeReasons for other comprehensive income transferred to retained earnings
Stocks-4,115(109,186)-Being held long term for strategic purposesSold in current period
Equity of unlisted companies-9,033(40,751)-Being held long term for strategic purposesSold in current period
Total-13,148(149,937)-

16 Other non-current financial assets

June 30, 2022December 31, 2021
Equity investments829,9142,149,781
Debt investments298,697554,257
1,128,6112,704,038
VNotes to Consolidated Financial Statements (Continued)

17 Investment property

Houses and buildingsLand use rightsTotal
Gross amount:
January 1, 2022896,41692,817989,233
Increase
Reclassified from fixed assets and intangible assets124,908-124,908
Decreases
Reclassified to fixed assets and intangible assets(43,013)(175)(43,188)
June 30, 2022978,31192,6421,070,953
Accumulated depreciation and amortization:
January 1, 2022165,9908,376174,366
Increase
Accrued in current period16,5771,07217,649
Reclassified from fixed assets and intangible assets38,266-38,266
Decreases
Reclassified to fixed assets and intangible assets(5,326)-(5,326)
June 30, 2022215,5079,448224,955
Investment property, net:
June 30, 2022762,80483,194845,998
January 1, 2022730,42684,441814,867
Impairment allowance:
January 1, 202252,965-52,965
Increase
Increase in current period---
Decreases
Decrease in current period---
June 30, 202252,965-52,965
Investment property, carrying amount:
June 30, 2022709,83983,194793,033
January 1, 2022677,46184,441761,902
VNotes to Consolidated Financial Statements (Continued)

18 Fixed assets

Houses and buildingsMachinery equipmentOffice and electronic equipmentTransportation equipmentPower stationsOtherTotal
Gross amount:
December 31, 202136,809,487144,268,5736,141,205228,9612,361,03621,576189,830,838
Change of accounting policy-144,462----144,462
January 1, 202236,809,487144,413,0356,141,205228,9612,361,03621,576189,975,300
Increase
Reclassified from investment property43,013-----43,013
Reclassified from construction in progress1,845,05110,576,94372,51810,093391-12,504,996
Acquisition and other7,0974,892,81637,13712,817-1,0404,950,907
Decreases
Written down with government grants-(77,220)----(77,220)
Reclassified to investment property(124,908)-----(124,908)
Other decreases(23,670)(3,362,523)(3,686,523)(21,600)-(80)(7,094,396)
Exchange adjustment4,4121,184379193-4126,580
June 30, 202238,560,482156,444,2352,564,716230,4642,361,42722,948200,184,272
Accumulated depreciation:
December 31, 20216,424,32364,912,2832,500,253145,498426,92213,50474,422,783
Change of accounting policy-------
January 1, 20226,424,32364,912,2832,500,253145,498426,92213,50474,422,783
Increase
Accrual687,4817,531,330114,98517,07743,2949998,395,166
Reclassified from investment property5,326-----5,326
Other increases1,246,4751,246,475
Decreases
Reclassified to investment property(38,266)----(38,266)
Other decreases(7,116)(1,290,448)(993,165)(14,062)--(2,304,791)
Exchange adjustment3171,295209105-1152,041
June 30, 20227,072,06572,400,9351,622,282148,618470,21614,61881,728,734
Fixed assets, net:
June 30, 202231,488,41784,043,300942,43481,8461,891,2118,330118,455,538
January 1, 202230,385,16479,500,7523,640,95283,4631,934,1148,072115,552,517
December 31, 202130,385,16479,356,2903,640,95283,4631,934,1148,072115,408,055
VNotes to Consolidated Financial Statements (Continued)
18Fixed assets (continued)
Houses and buildingsMachinery equipmentOffice and electronic equipmentTransportation equipmentPower stationsOtherTotal
Impairment allowance:
January 1, 2022771,541653,840338,4772,42962,0594121,828,758
Accrued in current period
Other transfers in-305,506----305,506
Write-off of current period(5,224)(153,488)(1,302)(2,131)--(162,145)
Other transfers out--(305,387)(119)--(305,506)
June 30, 2022766,317805,85831,78817962,0594121,666,613
Fixed assets, carrying amount:
June 30, 202230,722,10083,237,442910,64681,6671,829,1527,918116,788,925
January 1, 202229,613,62378,846,9123,302,47581,0341,872,0557,660113,723,759
December 31, 202129,613,62378,702,4503,302,47581,0341,872,0557,660113,579,297
Please refer to Item 80 of Note V for information on fixed asset mortgage. As of June 30, 2022, the cost of the fixed assets that the Company had fully depreciated and still continued to use amounted to RMB34,922,674 thousand.
Fixed assets with pending ownership certificates at the end of the current period:
Carrying amountExpected time of obtaining ownership certificate
Houses and buildings (Note)14,105,697Within 2023
NoteAs of June 30, 2022, the fixed assets with pending ownership certificates of the Company were mainly the buildings and constructions of CSOT's t3, t4, t6, and t7 manufacturing bases, as well as the buildings and constructions of Inner Mongolia Zhonghuan Solar Material Co., Ltd., Inner Mongolia Zhonghuan Crystal Material Co., Ltd., Inner Mongolia Zhonghuan Advanced Semi-conductor Material Co., Ltd., Jiangsu Zhonghuan Enterprise Management Co., Ltd. and Tianjin Huanhai Industrial Park Co., Ltd.

19 Construction in progress(1)

Schedule of construction in progress

June 30, 2022January 1, 2022December 31, 2021
Construction in progress43,564,86237,175,66437,112,045
Less: Impairment allowance145,912146,160146,160
43,418,95037,029,50436,965,885
VNotes to Consolidated Financial Statements (Continued)

19 Construction in progress (continued)(2)

Changes to construction in progress

Project nameBudgetBeginning amountChange in Accounting Policy changesIncrease in current periodTransfer-in in current period Fixed assetsOther decreasesJune 30, 2022Project input Investment as % of budgetProject progressCumulative capitalized interestIncluding: capitalized interest in current periodInterest capitalizat ion rate for current periodFunding source
t7 production line of LCD panel35,337,0003,362,350-1,616,903(1,297,514)(5,024)3,676,71569%69%450,37457,9421.03%Self-funded + external-loan-funded
t5 production line of LCD panel12,500,000739,416-1,482,131(1,394)-2,220,15322%22%---Self-funded
t4 production line of LCD panel35,000,00017,226,269-775,811(556,415)(14,648)17,431,01796%96%1,228,973137,9492.13%Self-funded + external-loan-funded
t9 production line of LCD panel31,500,0003,916,693-3,068,318(5,126)6,979,88522%22%29,85229,8524.37%Self-funded
Production line of 8-12-inch semiconductor silicon wafers for integrated circuit5,707,1721,307,446-708,150(742,577)(14,092)1,258,92771%71%---Self-funded
Industrialization phase V of monocrystalline silicon materials for renewable solar power batteries and monocrystalline silicon wafers for ultra-thin high-efficient solar power batteries9,125,010955,959-674,972(709,681)(311,175)610,07597%97%54,018--Self-funded + external-loan-funded
50GW (G12) solar-grade monocrystalline silicon material smart factory project10,979,740543,611-2,768,844(1,462,903)-1,849,55230%30%---Self-funded
OthersNot applicable8,914,14163,6198,450,250(7,729,386)(305,998)9,392,626Not applicableNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableNot applicableNot applicable
36,965,88563,61919,545,379(12,504,996)(650,937)43,418,950
VNotes to Consolidated Financial Statements (Continued)

20 Right-of-use assets

Houses and buildingsTransportation equipmentMachinery equipmentLand use rightsTotal
Gross amount:
December 31, 2021867,5111,1641,982,38013,3352,864,390
Increase
Leased in289,890139--290,029
Other increases-462--462
Decreases
Other decreases(13,169)(339)(585,917)-(599,425)
Exchange adjustment1,913(5)--1,908
June 30, 20221,146,1451,4211,396,46313,3352,557,364
Accumulated depreciation:
December 31, 2021101,348522335,52683437,479
Increase
New subsidiary-----
Accrual61,01025691,092167152,525
Decreases
Reduced subsidiary-----
Other decreases(5,113)(110)(123,140)-(128,363)
Exchange adjustment1,060(2)--1,058
June 30, 2022158,305666303,478250462,699
Right-of-use assets, carrying amount:
June 30, 2022987,8407551,092,98513,0852,094,665
December 31, 2021766,1636421,646,85413,2522,426,911
Impairment allowance:
December 31, 2021-----
June 30, 2022-----
Right-of-use assets, carrying amount
June 30, 2022987,8407551,092,98513,0852,094,665
December 31, 2021766,1636421,646,85413,2522,426,911
VNotes to Consolidated Financial Statements (Continued)

21 Intangible assets

Land use rightsNon-patent technologies /patentsOtherTotal
Gross amount: