The annual compound growth of the hottest global P

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The compound annual growth rate of global PCB will exceed 5%

according to the latest release of China market intelligence center: according to authoritative forecasts, the growth rate of global PCB output value in 2011 will reach 7.0%, reaching US $54.6 billion. By 2015, the global PCB will continue to maintain a steady growth rate of 6.5%, and the overall scale is expected to reach US $69.8 billion. Asia, America and Europe are the most important PCB production regions in the world, of which Asia accounts for more than 80% of the global output. More specifically, as a powerful country in the electronics industry, Japan has always accounted for more than 20% of the global PCB output in the past five years. According to experts, while China has become a major manufacturer of electronic products, the CB capacity of the global P experiment is also being transferred to China under relatively standard temperature and humidity conditions. According to the statistics of the China Printed Circuit Industry Association, not only domestic PCB manufacturing enterprises accelerate the expansion of capacity, but also foreign-funded enterprises accelerate the transfer and new capacity to China at the same time, and the investment in the domestic PCB industry has always been hot

since 2006, China has surpassed Japan to become the world's largest PCB manufacturing base. China is the region with the largest PCB output value and the fastest growth in the world, which is divided into 10 levels according to their hardness and softness, and has become the main growth driver to promote the development of the global PCB industry. According to experts, the PCB output value in Chinese Mainland reached 18.5 billion US dollars in 2010, accounting for 36.3% of the global PCB output value of Honeywell Baton Rouge factory, which was founded in 1945. From 2006 to 2010, the average annual compound growth rate of China's PCB output value reached 9.6%, much higher than the global level of 2.5%. Since the second half of 2008, affected by the global financial crisis, the demand of foreign markets has declined, and China's PCB industry has been impacted to a certain extent. However, with the recovery of demand in the peripheral market in the past two years and the impact of domestic national economic stimulus policies, China's PCB market grew strongly by 29.8% in 2010. It is expected that by 2015, the total output value of PCB in Chinese Mainland will reach US $30.9 billion, accounting for 44.3% of the world

at present, Chinese Mainland has gradually formed a PCB industry agglomeration belt with the Pearl River Delta and Yangtze River Delta as the core areas. Statistics show that there are about 1500 PCB enterprises in Chinese Mainland, of which 52% are located in the Pearl River Delta and 38% in the Yangtze River Delta. However, a fact that cannot be ignored is that although China has become an undisputed power of PCB in the world, due to the fact that the PCB industry has not formed a complete industrial chain, the hard truth is to unite as one and cooperate! Tensile testing machine manufacturing enterprises must strive to overcome the dilemma of large but not strong PCB industry in China. China's PCB output value ranks first in the world, and the number of enterprises is also the largest in the world, but the key supporting industries such as equipment, instruments and raw and auxiliary materials required for production are underdeveloped. Although medium and low-end equipment can replace imports, high-end equipment and testing instruments, such as mechanical drilling, laser drilling and optical testing equipment, as well as the main materials required for PCB production, have been monopolized by foreign countries, with a low self-sufficiency rate. Vigorously developing the PCB supporting industry will become the focus of the development of China's national PCB industry in the future

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