The Turkish electronics industry is primarily focused on the computing and consumer video segments the two sectors accounting for 70% of electronics output in 2017. In 2017, electronics output increased by 13.7% in local currency (down 6.0% in US dollars). Growth in 2018 is expected to ease to 5.5% in 2018. From a peak of 20.4 million in 2004 the production of TVs fell to only 9.2 million in 2009 and has since stabilised at around 10 million units a year. Production is primarily for export with, according to figures from the UN Comtrade database, 8.6 million units exported in 2017 down from 8.8 million in the prior year. Over the period to 2021 the Turkish electronics industry will continue to be centered on the computer and consumer video segments the industry boosted by a large domestic market. The country’s leading TV manufactures will look to expand sales to the emerging markets to help offset the maturity in Western Europe where the focus will switch to replacement sales.
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