The Turkish electronics industry is primarily focused on the computing and consumer video segments the two sectors accounting for 72% of electronics output in 2015. During the year growth in the computer and communications and radar segments offset lower output in the consumer video and helped contribute to a double-digit growth in local currency (-7.0% in US dollars) in electronics output overall. All the major sectors will contribute to growth in 2016 although the production of computer equipment is expected to ease when compared to 2015. According to figures from the industry association TESID production of TVs peaked at 20.4 million in 2004, declined to 9.2 million in 2009 and has since remained relatively stable at around 9 to 10 million units annually. In 2015, TV output was 9.8 million down from 10.6 million in the prior year but is forecast to rebound in 2016.
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