The Consumer Electronics industry provides mass-consumption electronic equipment with a relatively low degree of customisation that is marketed on a global scale. In an increasingly connected world, this industry’s main task is to meet the ever more sophisticated demands of digital consumers for electronic devices for both entertainment and professional use. As a highly R&D- and capital-intensive industry, it is also one of the main drivers of technological advances, digital inclusion and economic growth.
The Consumer Electronics industry comprises the manufacturing of electronic devices intended for everyday use by end consumers. They are most commonly used for entertainment (TV sets, video players, video games, audio equipment, etc.), communications (telephones, mobile phones, etc.) and home-office activities (desktop computers, laptops, storage devices, printers, small electrical appliances, batteries, etc.).
The revenue of China’s communication equipment sector in the first half of 2018 rose by 10.9% y/y, boosted by increased sales of mobile communication station equipment, according to a report released by the Ministry of Industry and Information ...READ MORE
In the first quarter of 2018, the gross value added of communications equipment manufacturing increased by 14.2% y/y, higher than the 12.5% y/y average growth of the overall electronic manufacturing sector, according to a report released by the ...READ MORE
In Q4 2017, China produced 441.8mn mobile handsets, of which 351.4mn smartphones, recording y/y declines of 17.2% and 22.5%, respectively. The sales of mobile handsets also dropped in the same period by 17.2% y/y to 512.5mn units. Despite the lower ...READ MORE
India was once wholly dependent on domestic production to meet its consumer electronics demand. However, after the Indian economy was liberalised in 1991, multinational brands from countries like South Korea, Japan, and Taiwan flooded the ...READ MORE
The development of electrical and electronics manufacturing has been key to Malaysia’s transition from an agricultural to a manufacturing-based economy, and the consumer electronics sector has been an important driver of that ...READ MORE
The communications equipment sector has enjoyed marginal success in Q3 2017 in the face of high market saturation and domestic economic uncertainty. Inventory increased in a preparation for a record-selling Q4 due to the Chinese Single’s Day ...READ MORE
China’s communication equipment industry can be broadly divided into communication terminal equipment, including mobile and fixed-line handsets, and communication station equipment subsectors. The industry is on a rapid growth path with sales ...READ MORE
China’s communication equipment industry can be broadly divided into communication terminal equipment, including mobile and fixed-line handsets, and communication station equipment. The industry is on a rapid growth path with sales revenue ...READ MORE
The consumer electronics and household appliances sectors are defined by the Polish government as sectors of major importance for the economy, which best describes their current state of development. Many international producers, such as Bosch, ...READ MORE
China’s communication equipment industry can be broadly divided into communication terminal equipment (mobile and fixed-line handsets) and communication station equipment. The industry is on a rapid growth path with sales revenue increasing by ...READ MORE