Country Reports

US$450.00
Date of Publication: Mar 26, 2015
This report is designed to provide the user with access to individual country data or product information. The full report will be supplied in PDF and Excel...

US$450.00
Date of Publication: Mar 26, 2015
The Norwegian Electronics Industry Report provides essential market intelligence for all sizes of company from small enterprises to major global groups and...

US$450.00
Date of Publication: Mar 26, 2015
This report provides essential market intelligence for all sizes of company from small enterprises to major global groups and for financial/management...

US$450.00
Date of Publication: Mar 26, 2015
The Spanish Electronics Industry Report provides essential market intelligence for all sizes of company from small enterprises to major global groups and...

US$450.00
Date of Publication: Mar 26, 2015
The Swedish Electronics Industry Report provides essential market intelligence for all sizes of company from small enterprises to major global groups and...

US$450.00
Date of Publication: Mar 26, 2015
The Swiss Electronics Industry Report provides essential market intelligence for all sizes of company from small enterprises to major global groups and for...

US$450.00
Date of Publication: Mar 26, 2015
Electronics output is expected to show a modest decline of 1.7% in 2014, the anticipated strengthening in the second half of the year failing to materialize on back of weaker economic growth in the Eurozone and emerging markets. However, with the economy in Europe and global set to gain momentum during the year electronics production should recover in 2015 and post growth of 1.1% for the year as a whole. Electronics production should then post growth of around 2% annually in the period to 2018. The computer segment is expected to continue to decline throughout the forecast period with the industry centered on industrial and communications, including defence. Component production is expected to remain flat over the forecast period with the sector facing increased competition from Asian manufacturers in commodity products. With IC fabrication principally in the hands of overseas companies the future of UK production will be based on the decision of individual companies.