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Date of Publication: Sep 30, 2015
India's status as a large emerging market that is making progress on the policy environment for a range of sectors, combined with its late developer status in terms of consumer electronics device adoption rates, means we expect it to be a regional outperformer over the medium term. We expect the market to remain on a strong growth trajectory 2015- 2019 , with particularlyrobust demand growth for computer hardware and handsets expected. We forecast the total consumer electronics spend in India will increase by 6.7 % in US dollar terms in 2015 to USD 69.4bn, and then reach USD 90.3 bn in 2019.

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Date of Publication: Sep 23, 2015
After the serious disruption of 2015 BMI expects a gradual recovery to begin in 2016 with rouble stabilisation, before an acceleration in growth in 2017, but total demand in 2019 is forecast to still be 34.2% below the 2012 peak in US dollar terms. In this perspective, it is to be expected that heightened price sensitivity will increase the share of sales captured by local low cost vendors such as Yota Devices, Explay and FLY, which all made major inroads in terms of market share in 2013 and 2014 and look set to capitalise on wider economic trends over the medium term.

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Date of Publication: Oct 26, 2015
Independent 5-year Consumer Electronics Industry Forecasts for Poland.

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Date of Publication: Oct 26, 2015
Independent 5-year Consumer Electronics Industry Forecasts for Hungary. A more bearish outlook for forint depreciation in 2015 has resulted in a downgrade to the consumer electronics spending growth outlook for Hungary. The PC and AV segments are expected to be hit harder than handset sales due to the higher average selling price, reduced ability to absorb price increases and the lesser necessity of PC or TV ownership versus mobile handsets. The forecast is for a return to growth from 2016, and acceleration in 2017, as the forint strengthens and underling economic conditions become more favourable.

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Date of Publication: Oct 26, 2015
Saturation in device categories such as tablets and smartphones will result in subdued growth in the Saudi consumer electronics market over 2015-2019, with a compound annual growth rate of 2.3 %. We anticipate that the market will remain highly lucrative to vendors due to high incomes and a fashion-conscious domestic consumer base. The mid-to-high- end consumer electronics devices market will experience strong value growth during our forecasting period to 2019 as incomes rise, especially for public sector workers. The low end of the market may be constrained due to the exit of a considerable number of migrant workers under the governments' Saudisation' policy.

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Date of Publication: Sep 28, 2015
The Chinese 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 China. China is the largest producer of electronic products accounting for over a third of global production in 2013 and as such events in the country dominate the electronics industry. In 2013, electronic output increased by 5% to US$613 billion down from growth of 6% a year earlier, and is forecast to pick-up slightly in 2014 to 5.5%. Over the longer-term growth in the Chinese electronics industry is expected to slow as the industry matures. Rising labour costs, due in part to stricter labour regulations will also contribute to potentially slower growth over the coming years. To offset rising costs companies have relocated some production to rural areas. Other factors which will have an impact on electronics output over the medium term include increased competition from other countries as a base for low-cost manufacturing, the move by foreign companies to reduce its reliance on China and the move to “re-shore” production back.

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Date of Publication: Sep 17, 2015
The Turkish electronics industry is primarily focused on the computing and consumer video segments the two sectors accounting for 72% of electronics output in 2013. During the year growth in the computer segment offset lower output in the consumer video and helped contribute to a 2.7% growth in electronics output overall. Rising TV production combined with a further double-digit growth within the computer segment will result in electronics output accelerating to a forecasted 6.0% in 2014. Over the next few years the Turkish electronics industry will continue to be centred 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.