In terms of electronics production Hungary is the second largest producer in CEE with 19.6% of the region’s output in 2016, the country losing its leading position in 2014 following the sharp decline in the production of mobile phones since 2010. As a result, communications and radar accounted for 6.2% of the total in 2016, down from 37% in 2010. In 2016, the largest segment for the first time was control and instrumentation which accounted for 24.9%, just ahead of computing at 23.9% with consumer video third at 17.6%.
As highlighted, the sharp decline in mobile phone production has been one of the principal reasons behind the decline in overall electronics production in Hungary since output peaked at US$17.97 billion in 2010. Between 2010 and 2016 the production the communications and radar equipment segment has declined by 90.5%, output falling by a 21.9% in 2016 but should start to stabilize following a decline of 5% in 2017.
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Production Data 2014-2017
Market Data 2014-2020
Methodologies/Guide to Statistics
Control & Instrumentation
Medical & Industrial
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