Electronics output in Poland reached an estimated US$10.6 billion in 2014, up from US$10.2 billion in 2013 and US$10.4 billion in 2010. The industry is currently centered on the production of TVs, which accounted for an estimated 40% of output in 2014, and computing with a 24.5% share. However, both sectors have seen output decline since the peak in 2010. As highlighted Poland’s electronics industry is heavily dependent on the production of TVs. Following significant foreign investment the production of TVs reached 17 million units in 2010, the country becoming the principal manufacturing hub for TVs in Europe. However, production fell to 13.0 million in 2013 on the back of weaker demand but has since stabilized and is forecast to reach 13.9 million by the end of the forecast period on the back of growing market.
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Table of Contents
Production Data 2012-2015
Market Data 2012-2018
Methodologies/Guide to Statistics
Control & Instrumentation
Medical & Industrial
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