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Global and China Automotive Wiring Harness Industry Report, 2015 highlights the followings: Global and China automobile market and industry; Downstream market of automotive wiring harness industry; Automotive wiring harness industry and market; 18 automotive wiring harness companies.
Global CCM market size was worth USD16.247 billion in 2015, a year-on-year rise of 3.8% from 2014, the slowest rate since 2010. It is expected that growth rate will continue to decelerate in 2016, only 1.3%, but bounce back slightly to 1.6% in 2017 with a market size of USD16.732 billion. There were several reasons for slowdown. First, the world was plagued by high deflation rates and currencies like Japanese yen, Korean won and NTD depreciated greatly. Second, the mobile phone market slowed and has become almost saturated. Smartphone market can still maintain the expansion in 2015 and may be afraid to be flat or start declining in 2016. Third, the competition, especially that in Chinese mainland market, was intense. Despite continued upgrading of CCM pixel (mostly 13M pixels for rear CCM), the ASP didn’t rise but slip down. As more and more vendors enter the CCM field with OIS and high-performance AF, a price plunge is inevitable.
RF coaxial cable, a general term for coaxial cables that transmit electrical signal or energy within radio frequency range, is mainly used in communications equipment, communications terminals, aerospace, and military electronics. Driven by fast-growing mobile communications industry, global RF coaxial cable market size continues to expand, approximating USD4.71 billion in 2014, up 9.8% from a year ago, and is expected to reach USD5.14 billion in 2015.
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