Hong Jing, director of the Institute of Electronic Science and Technology Information of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, said in Chengdu a few days ago that the emerging country market will become a new engine for the development of the global electronic information industry, and China is expected to surpass the United States within three to five years, becoming the world's largest Electronic product market.
At the 11th China International Software Cooperation Fair held on April 11, Hong Jingyi released the "2012 World Information Technology Industry Development Annual Report". This report provides a comprehensive and in-depth analysis of the development of the global electronic information industry in 2012.
Hong Jingyi said that under the combined effect of various factors, the growth rate of production and sales of global electronic information products manufacturing industry in 2012 further slowed down. The output value of the global electronic information industry manufacturing industry in 2011 was 4.8%, only 1.54% in 2012, and the growth rate of output value of various sub-products did not exceed 5%, of which negative growth occurred in the fields of consumer electronics.
The report pointed out that the electronic information products market in developed countries has generally shrunk, and emerging countries shoulder the heavy responsibility of industrial growth. Among the top ten countries, the market growth rate of more than 5% is only China, Brazil, India, three BRIC countries; the US market growth rate is only 1%, Japan and other developed countries even have negative growth & ldquo; China electronics market It is expected to surpass the United States within three to five years and become the world's largest electronics market. & rdquo; Hong Jing said.
The report believes that the world's electronic information industry will continue to grow in the next three years, and the status of emerging economies will continue to rise. It is estimated that by 2015, the global market will reach 2.1 trillion US dollars, with an average annual growth rate of about 4%. From the perspective of regional pattern, the market share of Asia and other emerging economies will continue to grow. The market share of developed economies such as the United States, Europe and Japan will decline slightly, and the emerging market will become a new engine for the development of the global electronic information industry.