Electronics output grew 2.0% in 2014 its first increase for four years. This compared to a decline of 3.3% in the prior year and double-digit declines in 2012 and 2011. In 2015, the recovery which started in the prior year continued with output increasing by 2.8% but is forecast to post a modest decline of 0.2% in 2016 as the outlook for the global economy is revised down. The Japanese electronics industry is also facing underlying structural changes. Similar to the US and countries in Western Europe, Japan has been impacted by the migration of production to low-cost locations. Between 2000 and 2015 electronics output has declined by an estimated 51%To take advantage of the opportunities within the global electronics industry will require a clear understanding of the current structure of the global electronics industry, how it has developed on a country, regional and global level.
This report is designed to provide the user with access to individual country data or product information. The full report will be supplied in PDF and Excel format to allow you to customise the data to meet your specific needs. The database is the leading source of “top-level” market and production data on the European and global electronics industry. It provides a quick, reliable and cost-effective assessment of the industry for individual countries or by major product group. Users requiring more extensive data requirements should refer to the full Yearbook Series, a unique reference to electronics market and production data on 51 countries worldwide.
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Table of Contents
Production Data 2013-2016
Market Data 2013-2019
Methodologies/Guide to Statistics
Control & Instrumentation
Medical & Industrial
Over the following pages we provide sample data from the 2014 edition of the report. This includes summary data for both production and markets, and sample data from several countries: