The government of the Guangzhou province in China announced that it aims to help its local display industry and have allocated large funds - up to 2 billion RMB (around $285 million USD) in subsidies per company.

LG Display 8.5-gen OLED TV fab in Guangzhou, China

The government aims to establish production fabs of emerging displays - and specifically mentioned graphene-enhanced display technologies. Other technologies detailed in the announcement include OLEDs, Micro-LEDs, QD-LEDs, 3D displays and e-paper displays.

The subsidies will be given to companies that start trial production, and when mass production begins. It will be interesting to see if any graphene technologies gets financed.