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Yearbook of World Electronics Data Volume 2 2014

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Introduction

Growth within the global electronics industry started to gain momentum in the later part of 2013 a trend which will continue in 2014 and then accelerate in the period to 2017, with stronger growth in the emerging markets. Growth is being driven by the improved outlook for the global economy although downside risks still remain.

The Volume 2 of the Yearbook of World Electronics Data tracks developments in the electronics industry for 16 countries with emphasis on the Americas, Japan and the Asia Pacific.

Despite losing its position as the world's largest producer the US remains the largest market. 2013 however, witnessed a further decline in electronics output, production falling by 1.9%. A stronger domestic and global economy in 2014 should see a return to growth in 2014, although it is expected to be modest at 1.1%. 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. The move by US companies to "reshore" production is gaining some momentum although the decision by Motorola Mobility to close its smartphone plant after only a year continues to question the viability of producing high volume products in the country.

Electronics output in Japan declined for the third consecutive year in 2013, with output falling by 3.2% during the year and compared to double-digit declines in the prior year two years. The economic policies being implemented by the government, the so called Abenomics has led to an improvement in exchange rates and led to a spurt in exports. In 2014, the recovery which started in the prior September is expected to strengthen due to the continuation of the government's economic policies and the on-going boost to exports provided by the weak yen. As a result, growth in local currency is forecast to increase by 3.7%
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. Production for a significant proportion of high volume products manufactured by ODMs is now undertaken in China. In 2013, electronics output increased by 6.5% although growth was primarily driven by the key semiconductor segment. Taiwanese companies will continue to look offshore to reduce costs although the benefits of manufacturing in China will be impacted by rising wages in the country. The semiconductor segment, through the country's leading position within the foundry business, will be key driver to growth over the medium term.

Electronic output in Malaysia increased by 2.5% in 2013 and followed a decline of 3.1% in the prior year. A recovery in the semiconductor segment combined with an improved performance in the consumer segment offset further decline in the production of computer hardware. 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.

The emphasis on low cost manufacturing, which has driven the growth in the emerging countries and in particular China, is today being questioned. In Western Europe and the US/Canada reshoring is expected to be a significant issue over the next few years. At the same time it is expected that companies, including those in the industrial, automotive and medical sectors, will look to increase manufacturing, either internally or through partners in the emerging markets.

Cost will continue to be a key factor for the high volume products within the 3C segment. Escalating costs in China is pushing manufacturing in the country into the mainland but there is also evidence that overseas manufacturers are looking to alternative locations and to spread manufacturing across several countries.

The Yearbook of World Electronics Data – tracking developments in the global electronics industry

With a history spanning over 40 years Reed Electronics Research (RER) has provided an invaluable insight into the global trends, regional variations and the underlying state of the global electronics market for all stages of the supply chain - OEM, contract manufacturing and design, components and materials suppliers to financial /industry analysts and government and academia.

Although encompassing a range of published and bespoke products the core of RER's research programme is one of the most comprehensive statistical databases covering the global electronics industry, with the resulting analysis being published through four concise and clear demographic volumes, as a series of individual country reports, through customised solutions to meet specific client requirements and, from 2012, as a series of Excel databases providing the combination of both historical and forecasted data.

Yearbook of World Electronics Data - Volume 2 Americas, Japan, Asia Pacific

Published since 1983 the Volume 2 of the Yearbook of World Electronics Data provides:

- A single source solution allowing you to track the electronics industry in 16 countries in the Americas, Japan, Asia Pacific and Rest of World
- 13 major product groups.
- Market and production forecasts.
- Summaries provided in US dollars.
- CD-option allows you to manipulate the data quickly and easily: produce your own subsets or summaries of the data, create your own forecasts or cut and paste the data into your own in-house reports and presentations.

Who will benefit

The Yearbook is essential research providing key data for all areas of the electronics industry including:

- Distributors and manufacturers of electronic components and materials.
- Suppliers of electronic production equipment.
- OEMs.
- EMS Providers.
- Government, including investment organizations.
- Financial and industry analysts.
- Academic institutes & universities tracking developments in the electronics industry.

The Yearbook of World Electronics Data

The Yearbook of World Electronics Data series presents market and production statistics for the GLOBAL electronics industry. Available in four published volumes covering 53 countries and 13 major product groups, the yearbook is used in the formulation of business and market planning, in tracking trends based on an clear understanding on how the industry has developed historically and to provide a basis for medium and long-term forecasting.

53 country coverage, 13 major product groups
… comparable country by country and product by product.
1 INTRODUCTION 15
2 SUMMARY DATA 17
2.1 Economic Overview 17
2.2 Electronics Overview 18
2.3 Imports 2011-2012 24
2.4 Exports 2011-2012 25
2.5 Consolidated Summary of Production 2011 26
2.6 Consolidated Summary of Production 2012 26
2.7 Consolidated Summary of Production 2013 27
2.8 Consolidated Summary of Production 2014 27
2.9 Summary of Office Equipment Production 28
2.10 Summary of Medical & Industrial Production 28
2.11 Summary of Consumer Production (Value) 29
2.12 Summary of Consumer Production (Units) 30
2.13 Summary of Components Production 31
2.14 Summary of Active Component Production 32
2.15 Summary of Passive Component Production 32
2.16 Summary of Other Component Production 32

2.17 America, Japan, Asia Pacific Total Production 33
2.18 Consolidated Summary of Markets 2011 36
2.19 Consolidated Summary of Markets 2012 36
2.20 Consolidated Summary of Markets 2013 37
2.21 Consolidated Summary of Markets 2014 37
2.22 Consolidated Summary of Markets 2015 38
2.23 Consolidated Summary of Markets 2016 38
2.24 Consolidated Summary of Markets 2017 39
2.25 Summary of Office Equipment Markets 40
2.26 Summary of Medical & Industrial Markets 40
2.27 Summary of Consumer Markets (Value) 41
2.28 Summary of Consumer Markets (Units) 42
2.29 Summary of Components Markets 43
2.30 Summary of Active Component Markets 44
2.31 Summary of Passive Component Markets 44
2.32 Summary of Other Component Markets 44
2.33 America, Japan, Asia Pacific Total Markets 45
3 COUNTRY DATA 48
3.1 AUSTRALIA 48
3.1.1 Economic Outlook 48
3.1.2 Electronics Industry Structure 48
3.1.3 Australia Production 52
EDP 2011-2014 52
Office Equipment 2011-2014 52
Control & Instrumentation 2011-2014 52

Medical & Industrial 2011-2014 52
Communications & Radar 2011-2014 52
Telecommunications 2011-2014 53
Consumer 2011-2014 53
Video 2011-2014 53
Audio 2011-2014 53
Personal 2011-2014 53
Components 2011-2014 54
Active 2011-2014 54
Passive 2011-2014 54
Other 2011-2014 54
3.1.4 Australia Markets 56
EDP 2011-2017 56
Office Equipment 2011-2017 56
Control & Instrumentation 2011-2017 56
Medical & Industrial 2011-2017 56
Communications & Radar 2011-2017 56
Telecommunications 2011-2017 57
Consumer 2011-2017 57
Video 2011-2017 57

Audio 2011-2017 57
Personal 2011-2017 58
Components 2011-2017 58
Active 2011-2017 58
Passive 2011-2017 59
Other 2011-2017 59
3.2 BRAZIL 60
3.2.1 Economic Outlook 60
3.2.2 Electronics Industry Structure 60
3.2.3 Brazil Production 64
EDP 2011-2014 64
Office Equipment 2011-2014 64
Control & Instrumentation 2011-2014 64
Medical & Industrial 2011-2014 64
Communications & Radar 2011-2014 64
Telecommunications 2011-2014 64
Consumer 2011-2014 65
Video 2011-2014 65
Audio 2011-2014 65
Personal 2011-2014 65

Components 2011-2014 66
Active 2011-2014 66
Passive 2011-2014 66
Other 2011-2014 67
3.2.4 Brazil Markets 68
EDP 2011-2017 68
Office Equipment 2011-2017 68
Control & Instrumentation 2011-2017 68
Medical & Industrial 2011-2017 68
Communications & Radar 2011-2017 68
Telecommunications 2011-2017 68
Consumer 2011-2017 69
Video 2011-2017 69
Audio 2011-2017 69
Personal 2011-2017 69
Components 2011-2017 70
Active 2011-2017 70
Passive 2011-2017 70
Other 2011-2017 71
3.3 CANADA 72

3.3.1 Economic Outlook 72
3.3.2 Electronics Industry Structure 72
3.3.3Canada Production 76
EDP 2011-2014 76
Office Equipment 2011-2014 76
Control & Instrumentation 2011-2014 76
Medical & Industrial 2011-2014 76
Communications & Radar 2011-2014 76
Telecommunications 2011-2014 76
Consumer 2011-2014 77
Video 2011-2014 77
Audio 2011-2014 77
Personal 2011-2014 77
Components 2011-2014 77
Active 2011-2014 77
Passive 2011-2014 78
Other 2011-2014 78
3.3.4 Canada Markets 80
EDP 2011-2017 80
Office Equipment 2011-2017 80
Control & Instrumentation 2011-2017 80

Medical & Industrial 2011-2017 80
Communications & Radar 2011-2017 80
Telecommunications 2011-2017 80
Consumer 2011-2017 81
Video 2011-2017 81
Audio 2011-2017 81
Personal 2011-2017 81
Components 2011-2017 82
Active 2011-2017 82
Passive 2011-2017 82
Other 2011-2017 82
3.4 HONG KONG 84
3.4.1 Economic Outlook 84
3.4.2 Electronics Industry Structure 84
3.4.3 Hong Kong Production 86
EDP 2011-2014 86
Office Equipment 2011-2014 86
Control & Instrumentation 2011-2014 86
Medical & Industrial 2011-2014 86
Communications & Radar 2011-2014 86

Telecommunications 2011-2014 87
Consumer 2011-2014 87
Video 2011-2014 87
Audio 2011-2014 87
Personal 2011-2014 87
Components 2011-2014 88
Active 2011-2014 88
Passive 2011-2014 88
Other 2011-2014 88
3.4.4 Hong Kong Markets 90
EDP 2011-2017 90
Office Equipment 2011-2017 90
Control & Instrumentation 2011-2017 90
Communications & Radar 2011-2017 90
Telecommunications 2011-2017 91
Consumer 2011-2017 91
Video 2011-2017 91
Audio 2011-2017 91
Personal 2011-2017 92
Components 2011-2017 92

Active 2011-2017 92
Passive 2011-2017 93
Other 2011-2017 93
3.5 INDIA 94
3.5.1 Economic Outlook 94
3.5.2 Electronics Industry Structure 94
3.5.3 India Production 100
EDP 2011-2014 100
Office Equipment 2011-2014 100
Control & Instrumentation 2011-2014 100
Medical & Industrial 2011-2014 100
Communications & Radar 2011-2014 100
Telecommunications 2011-2014 101
Consumer 2011-2014 101
Video 2011-2014 101
Audio 2011-2014 101
Personal 2011-2014 101
Components 2011-2014 102
Active 2011-2014 102
Passive 2011-2014 102

Other 2011-2014 103
3.5.4 India Markets 104
EDP 2011-2017 104
Office Equipment 2011-2017 104
Control & Instrumentation 2011-2017 104
Medical & Industrial 2011-2017 104
Communications & Radar 2011-2017 104
Telecommunications 2011-2017 104
Consumer 2011-2017 105
Video 2011-2017 105
Audio 2011-2017 105
Personal 2011-2017 105
Components 2011-2017 106
Active 2011-2017 106
Passive 2011-2017 106
Other 2011-2017 106
3.6 INDONESIA 108
3.6.1 Economic Outlook 108
3.6.2 Electronics Industry Structure 108
3.6.3 Indonesia Production 111

EDP 2011-2014 111
Office Equipment 2011-2014 111
Control & Instrumentation 2011-2014 111
Medical & Industrial 2011-2014 111
Communications & Radar 2011-2014 111
Telecommunications 2011-2014 112
Consumer 2011-2014 112
Video 2011-2014 112
Audio 2011-2014 112
Personal 2011-2014 112
Components 2011-2014 113
Active 2011-2014 113
Passive 2011-2014 113
Other 2011-2014 113
3.6.4 Indonesia Markets 115
EDP 2011-2017 115
Office Equipment 2011-2017 115
Control & Instrumentation 2011-2017 115
Medical & Industrial 2011-2017 115
Communications & Radar 2011-2017 115

Telecommunications 2011-2017 116
Consumer 2011-2017 116
Video 2011-2017 116
Audio 2011-2017 116
Personal 2011-2017 116
Components 2011-2017 117
Active 2011-2017 117
Passive 2011-2017 117
Other 2011-2017 117
3.7 ISRAEL 118
3.7.1 Economic Outlook 118
3.7.2 Electronics Industry Structure 118
3.7.3 Israel Production 121
EDP 2011-2014 121
Office Equipment 2011-2014 121
Control & Instrumentation 2011-2014 121
Medical & Industrial 2011-2014 121
Communications & Radar 2011-2014 121
Telecommunications 2011-2014 121
Consumer 2011-2014 121
Video 2011-2014 121
Audio 2011-2014 122
Personal 2011-2014 122
Components 2011-2014 122
Active 2011-2014 122
Passive 2011-2014 122
Other 2011-2014 123

3.7.4 Israel Markets 124
EDP 2011-2017 124
Office Equipment 2011-2017 124
Control & Instrumentation 2011-2017 124
Medical & Industrial 2011-2017 124
Communications & Radar 2011-2017 124
Telecommunications 2011-2017 124
Consumer 2011-2017 125
Video 2011-2017 125
Audio 2011-2017 125
Personal 2011-2017 125
Components 2011-2017 126
Active 2011-2017 126
Passive 2011-2017 126
Other 2011-2017 126
3.8 JAPAN 127
3.8.1 Economic Outlook 127
3.8.2 Electronics Industry Structure 128
3.8.3 Japan Production 131
EDP 2011-2014 131

Office Equipment 2011-2014 132
Control & Instrumentation 2011-2014 132
Medical & Industrial 2011-2014 132
Communications & Radar 2011-2014 133
Telecommunications 2011-2014 133
Consumer 2011-2014 134
Video 2011-2014 134
Audio 2011-2014 134
Personal 2011-2014 134
Components 2011-2014 135
Active 2011-2014 135
Passive 2011-2014 136
Other 2011-2014 137

3.8.4 Japan Markets 138
EDP 2011-2017 138
Office Equipment 2011-2017 138
Control & Instrumentation 2011-2017 138
Medical & Industrial 2011-2017 139
Communications & Radar 2011-2017 140
Telecommunications 2011-2017 140
Consumer 2011-2017 140
Video 2011-2017 140
Audio 2011-2017 141
Personal 2011-2017 141
Components 2011-2017 141
Active 2011-2017 141
Passive 2011-2017 142
Other 2011-2017 143
3.9 MALAYSIA 144
3.9.1 Economic Outlook 144
3.9.2 Electronics Industry Structure 144
3.9.3 Malaysia Production 149
EDP 2011-2014 149
Office Equipment 2011-2014 149
Control & Instrumentation 2011-2014 149
Medical & Industrial 2011-2014 149
Communications & Radar 2011-2014 149
Telecommunications 2011-2014 150
Consumer 2011-2014 150
Video 2011-2014 150

Audio 2011-2014 150
Personal 2011-2014 150
Components 2011-2014 151
Active 2011-2014 151
Passive 2011-2014 151
Other 2011-2014 151
3.9.4 Malaysia Markets 153
EDP 2011-2017 153
Office Equipment 2011-2017 153
Control & Instrumentation 2011-2017 153
Medical & Industrial 2011-2017 153
Communications & Radar 2011-2017 153
Telecommunications 2011-2017 153
Consumer 2011-2017 154
Video 2011-2017 154
Audio 2011-2017 154
Personal 2011-2017 154
Components 2011-2017 155
Active 2011-2017 155
Passive 2011-2017 155

Other 2011-2017 155
3.10 PHILIPPINES 156
3.10.1 Economic Outlook 156
3.10.2 Electronics Industry Structure 156
3.10.3 Philippines Production 159
EDP 2011-2014 159
Office Equipment 2011-2014 159
Control & Instrumentation 2011-2014 159
Medical & Industrial 2011-2014 159
Communications & Radar 2011-2014 159
Telecommunications 2011-2014 159
Consumer 2011-2014 160
Video 2011-2014 160
Audio 2011-2014 160
Personal 2011-2014 160
Components 2011-2014 161
Active 2011-2014 161
Passive 2011-2014 161
Other 2011-2014 161
3.10.4 Philippines Markets 162

EDP 2011-2017 162
Office Equipment 2011-2017 162
Control & Instrumentation 2011-2017 162
Medical & Industrial 2011-2017 162
Communications & Radar 2011-2017 162
Telecommunications 2011-2017 162
Consumer 2011-2017 163
Video 2011-2017 163
Audio 2011-2017 163
Personal 2011-2017 163
Components 2011-2017 164
Active 2011-2017 164
Passive 2011-2017 164
Other 2011-2017 164
3.11 SINGAPORE 166
3.11.1 Economic Outlook 166
3.11.2 Electronics Industry Structure 166
3.11.3 Singapore Production 169
EDP 2011-2014 169
Office Equipment 2011-2014 169

Control & Instrumentation 2011-2014 169
Medical & Industrial 2011-2014 169
Communications & Radar 2011-2014 170
Telecommunications 2011-2014 170
Consumer 2011-2014 170
Video 2011-2014 170
Audio 2011-2014 170
Personal 2011-2014 171
Components 2011-2014 171
Active 2011-2014 171
Passive 2011-2014 172
Other 2011-2014 172
3.11.4 Singapore Markets 174
EDP 2011-2017 174
Office Equipment 2011-2017 174

Control & Instrumentation 2011-2017 174
Medical & Industrial 2011-2017 174
Communications & Radar 2011-2017 175
Telecommunications 2011-2017 175
Consumer 2011-2017 175
Video 2011-2017 175
Audio 2011-2017 175
Personal 2011-2017 176
Components 2011-2017 176
Active 2011-2017 176
Passive 2011-2017 177
Other 2011-2017 177
3.12 SOUTH AFRICA 178
3.12.1 Economic Outlook 178
3.12.2 Electronics Industry Structure 178
3.12.3 South Africa Production 181
EDP 2011-2014 181
Office Equipment 2011-2014 181
Control & Instrumentation 2011-2014 181
Medical & Industrial 2011-2014 181
Communications & Radar 2011-2014 181
Telecommunications 2011-2014 181
Consumer 2011-2014 182
Video 2011-2014 182

Audio 2011-2014 182
Personal 2011-2014 182
Components 2011-2014 183
Active 2011-2014 183
Passive 2011-2014 183
Other 2011-2014 183
3.12.4 South Africa Markets 185
EDP 2011-2017 185
Office Equipment 2011-2017 185
Control & Instrumentation 2011-2017 185
Medical & Industrial 2011-2017 185
Communications & Radar 2011-2017 185
Telecommunications 2011-2017 185
Consumer 2011-2017 186
Video 2011-2017 186
Audio 2011-2017 186
Personal 2011-2017 187
Components 2011-2017 187
Active 2011-2017 187
Passive 2011-2017 187

Other 2011-2017 188
3.13 SOUTH KOREA 190
3.13.1 Economic Outlook 190
3.13.2 Electronics Industry Structure 190
3.13.3 South Korea Production 194
EDP 2011-2014 194
Office Equipment 2011-2014 194
Control & Instrumentation 2011-2014 194
Medical & Industrial 2011-2014 194
Communications & Radar 2011-2014 195
Telecommunications 2011-2014 195
Consumer 2011-2014 195
Video 2011-2014 195
Audio 2011-2014 195
Personal 2011-2014 196
Components 2011-2014 196
Active 2011-2014 196
Passive 2011-2014 197
Other 2011-2014 197
3.13.4 South Korea Markets 199

EDP 2011-2017 199
Office Equipment 2011-2017 199
Control & Instrumentation 2011-2017 199
Medical & Industrial 2011-2017 199
Communications & Radar 2011-2017 200
Telecommunications 2011-2017 200
Consumer 2011-2017 200
Video 2011-2017 200
Audio 2011-2017 201
Personal 2011-2017 201
Components 2011-2017 201
Active 2011-2017 201
Passive 2011-2017 202
Other 2011-2017 202
3.14 TAIWAN 203
3.14.1 Economic Outlook 203
3.14.2 Electronics Industry Structure 203
3.14.3 Taiwan Production 207
EDP 2011-2014 207
Office Equipment 2011-2014 207

Control & Instrumentation 2011-2014 207
Medical & Industrial 2011-2014 207
Communications & Radar 2011-2014 207
Telecommunications 2011-2014 207
Consumer 2011-2014 208
Video 2011-2014 208
Audio 2011-2014 208
Personal 2011-2014 208
Components 2011-2014 209
Active 2011-2014 209
Passive 2011-2014 209
Other 2011-2014 210
3.14.4 Taiwan Markets 211
EDP 2011-2017 211
Office Equipment 2011-2017 211
Control & Instrumentation 2011-2017 211
Medical & Industrial 2011-2017 211
Communications & Radar 2011-2017 211
Telecommunications 2011-2017 211
Consumer 2011-2017 212

Video 2011-2017 212
Audio 2011-2017 212
Personal 2011-2017 212
Components 2011-2017 212
Active 2011-2017 212
Passive 2011-2017 213
Other 2011-2017 213
3.15 THAILAND 214
3.15.1 Economic Outlook 214
3.15.2 Electronics Industry Structure 214
3.15.3 Thailand Production 217
EDP 2011-2014 217
Office Equipment 2011-2014 217
Control & Instrumentation 2011-2014 217
Medical & Industrial 2011-2014 217
Communications & Radar 2011-2014 217
Telecommunications 2011-2014 217
Consumer 2011-2014 218
Video 2011-2014 218
Audio 2011-2014 218

Personal 2011-2014 218
Components 2011-2014 219
Active 2011-2014 219
Passive 2011-2014 219
Other 2011-2014 220
3.15.4 Thailand Markets 221
EDP 2011-2017 221
Office Equipment 2011-2017 221
Control & Instrumentation 2011-2017 221
Medical & Industrial 2011-2017 221
Communications & Radar 2011-2017 221
Telecommunications 2011-2017 221
Consumer 2011-2017 222
Video 2011-2017 222
Audio 2011-2017 222
Personal 2011-2017 222
Components 2011-2017 223
Active 2011-2017 223
Passive 2011-2017 223
Other 2011-2017 224

3.16 USA 225
3.16.1 Economic Outlook 225
3.16.2 Electronics Industry Structure 225
3.16.3 USA Production 229
EDP 2011-2014 229
Office Equipment 2011-2014 229
Control & Instrumentation 2011-2014 229
Medical & Industrial 2011-2014 230
Communications & Radar 2011-2014 230
Telecommunications 2011-2014 230
Consumer 2011-2014 231
Video 2011-2014 231
Audio 2011-2014 231
Personal 2011-2014 231
Components 2011-2014 231
Active 2011-2014 231
Passive 2011-2014 232
Other 2011-2014 232
3.16.4 USA Markets 234
EDP 2011-2017 234

Office Equipment 2011-2017 234
Control & Instrumentation 2011-2017 234
Medical & Industrial 2011-2017 235
Communications & Radar 2011-2017 235
Telecommunications 2011-2017 236
Consumer 2011-2017 236
Video 2011-2017 236
Audio 2011-2017 236
Personal 2011-2017 237
Components 2011-2017 237
Active 2011-2017 237
Passive 2011-2017 238
Other 2011-2017 238

4 APPENDICES 239
4.1 Exchange Rates 239
4.2 Guide to Interpretation of the Statistics 240
4.3 Guide to Statistical Trade Classifications 244
4.4 Guide to the Definition of Electronic Product Headings 246
4.5 List of Sources 253
4.5 Translation of Product Headings 257

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