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Date of Publication: Sep 30, 2015
We expect the Malaysian consumer electronics market will contract in US dollar terms in 2015 due to ringgit depreciation exacerbating existing market trends such as the smartphone and tablet slowdown after the initial rapid diffusion of ownership. However, from 2016 we expect relatively strong growth to return as declining device prices combine d with strong economic performance , particularly broad basedincomes growth , once again become the dominant trend.

Date of Publication: Oct 27, 2015
We expect the consumer electronics market will return to growth in 2015, but baht depreciation against the US dollar will continue to be a drag on growth through deferred purchases and substitution for lower cost models as Thai household purchasing power is eroded in global markets. Nonetheless 2015 will see stronger performance than 2014 when growth across segments was uneven in a climate of political uncertainty and baht depreciation.

Date of Publication: Oct 26, 2015
The report provides global market size, analysis and forecasts to 2019. At a time when healthcare providers are looking to cut costs and improve safety and quality, implementation of radio frequency identification tags and systems in hospitals and other care environments has improved recently due to reduced equipment costs and increased levels of accuracy, thus easily justifying the investment Included in the report are global and regional revenue forecasts for RFID, tags and systems, and volume forecasts for active and passive tags.

Date of Publication: Oct 26, 2015
In automotive PCB field, powertrain holds the largest proportion, about 32% for the time being, including mainly Engine Control Unit, Starter, Alternator, Transmission Control, Fuel Injection, and Power Steering. For xEV, complexity, high voltage, high current and high temperature of Inverter and Converter pose extremely high requirements on PCB. Powertrain seizes over 50%, followed by Body with about 25% (primarily Lighting, HVAC, Power Door & Seat, Keyless, and TPMS). LED lighting, which enjoys a high share, is highly demanding on PCB, usually adopting MCPCB (Metal Core PCB). Thirdly, Safety systems, consisting mainly of ADAS, ABS, and Airbag, make up about 22%. The last is Cockpit systems, mainly covering Instrument Display and Infotainment.

Date of Publication: Oct 26, 2015
From January to August of 2015, China sold 108,654 new energy vehicles, showing a skyrocketing growth of 270% year on year. Benefiting from the rapid development of new energy vehicles, the motor controller market will value more than RMB1.8 billion in 2015. It is projected that by 2017 this figure will rise to 280,000 sets and that the market size will hit RMB4.6 billion, with an AAGR of as much as 93%.

Date of Publication: Sep 17, 2015
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.

Date of Publication: Sep 29, 2015
Hong Kong 's consumer electronics market has diminished growth prospects due to the maturity of the market; however, it will continue to be lucrative for vendors due to high incomes and a tech-literate population. Spending growth on consumer electronics devices slowed in 2012 and 2013 due to a combination of a weaker economic environment, price erosion and high penetration of devices in key markets. Growth was lacklustre in 2014 due to a decline in tablet volumes and a far smaller contribution from smartphone sales to overall growth compared to previous years. This is a relatively unique set of market trends, with Hong Kong one of the first global markets to reach tablet and smartphone maturity, and could be represent ative of challenges for vendors in other markets in 2015 and beyond.