The China electronic industry transformation will be positive in southeast Asia

2014.9.5, HSBC Bank (HSBC) has released a report on the Asian electronics industry made a generalization style analysis, content analysis focused on who will become China's next phase of growth and investment winners and losers.
    After China joined the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 2001, the electronic products and parts manufacturers which the largest economy in Asia's appeared rocket growth. This is too obvious that it is special written in the report are a bit awkward.
    Two years later, in 2003, China has become the global’s largest exporter of electronic products. From 2001 to 2003, its global market shares jumped from 6% to 28%. For a long time, The Southeast Asian neighbors of China have been worried that with the high-end enterprise will plant moved to China, Chinese electronics industry boom means domestic electronics industry will inevitably be eroded.
    However, according to economist Ronald.Man (Ronald Man) saying, medium-term prospects than they imagined to be optimistic.
    Firstly, Chinese market shares increase is mainly wins from the United States, Japan and European companies. Other Asian countries, market share growth rate second only to China - the case can be found in the accompanying drawings.

    And Looking ahead, China is trying to transition the production of high-end electronic products - in this respect Lenovo, ZTE (ZTE) and Huawei Technologies walk in the front. But even so, Much of the discussion in the transition time is not particularly long, but also need several years. HSBC estimates that this transformation requires at least five years. The bank report, wrote: "We estimate that China's per capita gross domestic product (GDP) doubled, about $ 13,000 before reaching China's most competitive sectors will not be high-end electronic products per capita in China. doubling GDP is unlikely to occur within five years. "
    In this report, Mann added: "We believe at least five years, China will continue to stay in the set position` global electronics production chain in the assembly stage This is mainly because, by per capita GDP can be seen in China. wages will remain at attracting overseas companies to set up factories in low - although now some companies have begun to relocate their factories overseas to those lower labor cost countries in Southeast Asia ......
    "In addition, in order to establish a competitive high value-added products, and maintain a certain influence in the electronics industry, China also needs to increase R & D investment."
    However, the transition to higher-margin products China will bring additional benefits. For those countries with similar economic structures and China - at least with the Chinese labor force status similar national -, they will be able to fill the gap left by China's transformation.
    For example, for a site for the plant, Indonesia and Vietnam will prove to be more economical. In addition, HSBC also claimed that, given the low per capita in Thailand GDP, the country could become another Chinese industrial transformation beneficiaries.


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