Electronics Manufacturing

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Date of Publication: Aug 9, 2016
Malaysia is one of the world’s leading centers for semiconductor packaging and assembly, with output for the key semiconductor sector increasing by an estimated 10.5%. Continued growth in new investment will help boost production in the medium-term although output could still be influenced if established manufactures look to adjust capacity or move production to other countries. The trend to higher value-added production will continue with the country continuing to be an attractive location for the world’s leading electronic manufacturing service providers.

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Date of Publication: Aug 9, 2016
The semiconductor sector is dominated by assembly and test. Following a flat year flat in 2013 output rebounded in 2014 and 2015 increasing by 3.7% and 3.0%, respectively. With the global semiconductor market set to show a low-single-digit decline in 2016 growth is forecast to ease to 1% for the year as a whole.  After high double-digit growth in 2014 computer and related products output eased to 7.0% in 2015 and is expected to slow to 4% in 2016.

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Date of Publication: Aug 9, 2016
Electronics remains one of the most important sectors of Singapore’s manufacturing industry accounting for an estimated 29.7% of overall manufacturing output in 2015, up from 27.0% a year earlier. Growth in the core semiconductor and computer and related products segments were the main contributing factor in electronics output increasing by 2.7% in 2015. Developments in the two segments will also have a major influence in 2016 as the on-going weakness in the global PC and semiconductor markets push, despite growth in the industrial segment, overall production down by 1.8% for the year as a whole. 

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Date of Publication: Aug 9, 2016
Electronics Industry in South Africa This report is designed to provide the user with access to individual country data or product information. The full...

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Taiwan’s electronics industry is today dominated by a small number of large groups. In addition to the capital intensive semiconductor and display companies the country also has a significant number of ODMs which hold a major share in the global production of computer and communications products. Taiwanese companies are also important in the production of electronic components. In recent years the Taiwanese electronics industry has undergone a major structural change with the leading domestic companies relocating production offshore, and principally to China to reduce costs. The country has however retained a strong domestic manufacturing presence in particular in the area of semiconductors.

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The Thai Electronics Industry Report provides essential market intelligence for all sizes of company from small enterprises to major global groups and for financial/management consultancies, government agencies and academia requiring a reliable overview of the electronics industry in Thailand. Electronics output in Thailand declined by 0.9% in 2014 and has now fallen year on year since 2010. In 2015, output is forecast to decline by a further 5.8% with the sharp drop in TV production a major contributing factor. The Thai electronics industry is expected to benefit, at least in the short-term, from increased foreign investment as companies look to alternatives to China. However, the country will face competition from other Asian countries and in particular Vietnam as witnessed by developments in the TV industry. 


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Date of Publication: Aug 9, 2016
The US Electronics Industry Report provides essential market intelligence for all sizes of company from small enterprises to major global groups and for financial/management consultancies, government agencies and academia requiring a reliable overview of the electronics industry in the US. 2015 saw electronics output decline by an estimated 1.6% and followed a modest increase of 0.8% in the prior year. A further decline is expected in 2016 on the back of on-going uncertainties in the global economy, in particular in some of the emerging markets. In 2015, the US was surpassed by China as both the world’s largest market 10 years after China had replaced the country as the largest producer. The US, like Europe is now focused on the production of low-volume products in the control and instrumentation, medical, automotive, industrial, defence, high-end computing and communications segments. Over the medium term these sectors are projected to achieve low to medium-digit growth.