By Shanshan Du, SEMI China
China is the largest consumer of semiconductors in the world. While the domestic IC industry has grown at a rapid rate over the past decade or more, China relies mainly on imported products to drive its overall industry growth. Policies and investment funds are in place to further advance the standing of Chinese companies in the global industry. These initiatives have raised numerous questions about the challenges and opportunities in the China. SEMI China has produced a report to address these questions and provide comprehensive data on the China IC market.
This report covers the full spectrum of the China IC industry in the context of the global semiconductor industry. With over 60 charts, data tables, and industry maps from SEMI sources, the report reveals the history and the latest industry developments in China across the vast geographical areas from coastline cities to the less developed, though emerging mid-west regions.
The China IC Industry Outlook report highlights the economic and political implications of China’s rise in the IC industry. It covers central and local government policies, public and private funding mechanisms, and describes the entire industry supply chain, from design to manufacturing and from equipment to materials suppliers. Key companies in each industry sector are covered in combination with competitive intelligence about local companies in China compared to their international peers, as well as the supply status of local equipment and material suppliers.
The rich data and market context in this report will provide industry analysts, investors, planners, corporate executives, and others with professional, comprehensive insight into the IC industry developments and the current state of the market in China.
Please visit http://www.semi.org/en/semi-china-ic-industry-outlook for more information. To get a sample of the report, visit http://info.semi.org/china-ic-industry-outlook. For additional details, please contact SEMI China senior analyst Shanshan Du, email@example.com
October 17, 2017