The Turkish electronics industry is primarily focused on the computing and consumer video segments the two sectors accounting for 71% of electronics output in 2016. During the year growth was broad based and although it fell below the double-digit growth achieved in the previous two years output increased by 8.8% in local currency (-2.0% in US dollars). Electronics output is expected to ease in 2017 with overall growth impacted by the decline in the computer segment on the back of a weaker domestic market. The other production sectors include telecommunications which accounted for 3.6% of the total in 2016, but down from 16% in 2000 and communications and radar 11.4%, Turkey having a number of defence related companies. Component production is mainly passive components and accounted for only 4.7% of the total in 2016
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