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EE Times-China, EBN-China report sees hike in China IC consumption

Posted: 12 Jul 2002 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:ic consumption? ic demand? electronics industry outlook: china? market trend? industry trend?

IC consumption in mainland China is expected to increase, with demand for imported ICs reaching 42 billion units by 2005-a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 20 percent. Furthermore, the most significant demand for ICs in 2002 will come from the consumer electronics segment, totaling 9.4 billion chips. This is expected to grow 22 percent to reach 11.5 billion ICs in 2003.

These were among the key findings of the report "Electronics Industry Outlook: China," jointly published by Electronic Engineering Times - Asia's sister publications Electronic Engineering Times - China and Electronic Buyers' News - China. Said to be the first report of its kind, "Electronics Industry Outlook: China" compiles and analyzes data from various sources, including in-house research, to examine both the current performance and future potential of the mainland China market.

Totaling 106 pages, the report examines 15 key electronics equipment segments, including wireless and wired telecommunications, networking equipment and computer products. It details statistics on demand, production and imports, as well as provides an economic overview and an update on salient government policies and reforms.

The report also highlights a renewed push toward the convergence of computers, communications and consumer electronics. It likewise offers an analysis of the resulting technological and design challenges facing the Mainland's electronics engineers.

An abstract of the report is found on the eeResearch page. To order a full copy of the report, e-mail

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