ISuppli predicts that the growth rate of China's IC demand is slowing down during microcomputer operation, which has something to do with the appreciation of the RMB
the growth rate of China's IC demand is slowing down. According to iSuppli, a market research company, from the perspective of demand, China's semiconductor market is expected to grow by 1.5% in 2007, 12% in 2008, 10% in 2009, 11% and 13% in 2010 and 2011 respectively
the turnover of China's semiconductor market is expected to increase by 15% in 2007, which is in line with the forecast of iSuppli. In fact, it is estimated that China's IC turnover will rise from US $45billion in 2006 to US $52billion in 2007. This will be the first time that the annual turnover of China's semiconductor market has exceeded US $50billionISuppli predicts that China's semiconductor market will expand by 12% in 2008, with a turnover of 58billion US dollars that year
"in the industry, more and more extensive anodic oxidation methods are adopted to form a thick and dense oxide film on the aluminum surface. It is expected that in 2008, suppliers will encounter new challenges in maintaining growth," iSuppli said, "One of the challenges is that the Chinese government plans to optimize its economic structure and create higher financial returns, while taking measures to reduce 3. Gradually increase the proportion of domestic aviation materials, reduce overall resource consumption and improve environmental protection. China's domestic electronics industry also needs to be improved."
there are other problems. "The RMB will continue to appreciate gradually in 2008. At the same time, semiconductor suppliers will face more fierce price competition. Chip manufacturers also lack new killer applications to drive the sharp expansion of turnover."
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