Research and Markets: China E-Outlook 2010 Is a Must-Read Monthly Newsletter for Executives and Senior Management Doing Business in China's Electronics Industry

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CHINA E-OUTLOOK NEWSLETTER, A TOOLBOX TO MAKE MARKET AND BUSINESS STRATEGIES

China e-Outlook is a monthly snapshot of statistics and market analysis that will serve you as a tool box to make your China market and business strategies.

This newsletter details technology, distribution & sales trends in China's OEM Electronics market.

China e-Outlook provides in-depth profiles of distributors and OEM/EMS, update you business performance of your rivals in China, and report on latest purchasing preferences of the engineering and procurement teams. Our regular coverage also includes emerging markets, intellectual property rights, local semiconductor demand & supply and major tradeshows and conferences. China e-Outlook, is a must-read monthly newsletter for executives and senior management doing business in China's electronics industry.

Every issue is packed with in-depth analysis on China's fast changing electronics industry together with company-specific research to empower organizations like yours with the intelligence to act quickly, efficiently and decisively in China's marketplace.

Michael Liu, PhD, is the Chief analyst behind China e-Outlook who shares his expertise, unique observations and visions on the global electronics hotspot - China's electronics market. Dr. Liu has held various senior management positions over the last 21 years in China's electronic industry. Most recently, Dr. Liu was the Senior analyst and Editor-in-Chief of EETimes China and EBN China, jointly published by Global Sources and CMP Media.

Dr. Liu has led in the organizational development of strategic partnerships with Chinese government entities, global trade associations and world leading technology vendors. China e-Outlook's editorial advisory board draws on the experience of leading industry experts including:

  • Professor Zheng Hua Wang, China Integrated Circuit Magazine
  • Shan Lu, PhD, Managing Editor, China Info World
  • Yi Ran Guo, Deputy Secretary General, China Semiconductor Industry Association - Dr. C.H. Lee , CEO & President, Electropia

Service includes:

  • China e-Outlook monthly newsletter,
  • Chinese distribution market research report,
  • Company specific business strategy and market research report,
  • Chinese distribution matching service
  • Focus groups and moderators services
  • Conference service

Chinas $697 billion electronics industry is already the world's largest cell phone, computer, and TV market and second largest Internet users. No longer simply a low cost manufacturing base for exports, China's electronics companies are looking to integrate into the global electronics supply chain by accelerating their product differentiation, design and product optimization techniques. They face huge challenges in doing so and are looking for leading technologies and strategic partnerships from overseas companies committed to the Chinese electronics market.

China e-Outlook recognizes Chinas opportunities, and delves into the risks of doing business there. Your company may stumble by not capturing the real implications of the latest news or local trends. Or, you might not license your IP to the right partner resulting in problems in the future. China e-Outlook helps you to avoid these pitfalls and better comprehend unseen business opportunities and obstacles because we understand your China concerns. It will help you to look at issues 2-3 years down the road through the 100 plus years of combined Industry experience and insights of our editors and editorial advisory board. Subscribe today as China is too important a market to miss out on the cutting edge analysis provided by China e-Outlook.

Sample:

2010 June Issue Highlights

Four Market Drivers of Smart Grid Development To deal with energy shortage challenge, power grid must be improved to provide less transmission and conversion loss, smart functions must be available for network monitoring, and two-way electricity transmission must be possible. In this market intelligence report, COC summarized four market driver for smart grid development in China and the opportunities for international semiconductors and component suppliers.

Electric Car Drives China Battery Market Chinas Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) developed a plan to reform China's automotive industry indicating that China will have a half million units of production capacity of pure electric and hybrid vehicles by 2013. The new energy vehicle market will reach US$ 74 billion (RMB 500 billion). In this market intelligence report, China Outlook Consulting analysts share with you government subsidy program for new energy vehicle production, widely application of batteries and your opportunities.

China Electronics Manufacturing Back to Growth Track China electronics total shipment at Q1 of 2010 showed high growth along with the recovery of world economy. The top growth sectors are computer products, home A/V products, and component/semiconductor products. However, telecom infrastructure equipment was a slow growth sector due to reduced export and domestic market demand. In this marketing intelligence report, China Outlook Consulting analysts will look into Q1 total industry shipment, export, and capital equipment investment by product and geography and market demand for semiconductors and components. (more...)

Industry Watch:China's Vehicle Trade Subsidy Program China's vehicle trade-in subsidy program has achieved remarkable results after the State Council raised the subsidy at the beginning of this year. From January 1 to May 24, some 90,000 vehicles have applied for subsidies, 5.9 times as many as before the rise. In May, the daily average application reached 2,758 units, 18 times as many as before the change.

China's Special Purpose Vehicle Market to Grow Rapidly Infrastructure construction in China and urbanization will push up domestic demand for special purpose motor vehicles, especially construction vehicles and engineering trucks. China has had the second longest network of highways since 2001. It finished construction of 4,719 km of expressways last year and launched the construction of another 16,000 km, as investment in infrastructure grew.

China to Expand Home Appliance to Village Program China's Ministry of Commerce (MOC) recently announced to expand the home appliance replacement scheme to 28 cities and provinces from the nine existing pilot areas.The 19 new regions in the scheme will include Hebei, Shanxi, Liaoning, Jilin, Anhui, Fujian, Jiangxi, Henan, Hubei provinces and Dalian, Xiamen, and Chongqing.

China to Release Regional Plan for Yangtze River Delta China's State Council released the Regional Plan for the Yangtze River Delta According to the plan, the Yangtze River Delta will be developed into a key international gateway for the Asia-Pacific region, an important global center for the modern service industry and advanced manufacturing industry, as well as a world-class cluster of cities.

Company Watch: UnionPay and China Telecom to Work on Mobile-Phone Payment China UnionPay, a Shanghai-headquartered bankcard association, and China Telecom inked an agreement on cooperation in the fields of finance payment and communication services, jointly expanding the application of bankcard in communication and e-commerce sectors.

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