Albany, NY -- (ReleaseWire) -- 01/27/2014 -- Malaysia quietly succeeding in implementing large scale access to broadband services
Malaysia has been working towards a clear national objective to see it ranked as a fully developed nation by the year 2020. This Vision 2020 was a concept introduced by the former Prime Minister Mr Mahathir in 1991 when he launched the Sixth Malaysia Plan. And the task of building an advanced telecom sector has strong relevance to achieving this national objective. It has also been a matter of national pride. For a period in the 1990s the country was busy promoting itself as a regional high technology hub. In recent times, however, it has adopted a quieter profile and simply gone about the task of putting what might be described as a technologically progressive economy in place. With the widespread application of modern technologies such as fibre optics, wireless transmission, digitalisation and satellite services, Malaysia has been steadily moving towards achieving its national goals.
The generally strong growth across the country’s telecom sector inevitably brought with it considerable investment interest and activity. The telecommunication sector in Malaysia has seen a general opening up and expansion of the market with a significant number of new licences being granted. While still in an ongoing expansion mode the Malaysia’s telecom sector has undergone some important restructuring. This has involved the regulator progressively introducing reforms. In the meantime, the telecom companies have been doing battle in an increasingly competitive and changing market. The last decade or so has seen healthy overall growth in Malaysia’s telecom sector. At the same time, substantial government participation in Information & Communications Technology (ICT) development has also been a particular characteristic of the Malaysian market.
The developmental effort in the telecom sector has been led by a booming mobile market with almost 45 million subscribers and a penetration approaching 150% by late 2013. Although subscriber growth has slowed somewhat in recent years, a major move by the operators into mobile broadband has seen vigorous growth in the market, with strengthening ARPUs. The momentum is certain to be maintained with the issue of multiple 4G/LTE licences in late 2012 and the initial launch of a series of advanced mobile broadband networks during 2013.
Table of Contents
1. Key Statistics
1.1 Country overview
2. Telecommunications Market
2.2 Tenth Malaysia Plan and ICT
2.3 Background to development
3. Regulatory Environment
3.1 Regulatory authority
3.1.1 Telecom legislation
3.1.2 Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC)
3.1.3 MCMC policy
3.2 Privatisation and liberalisation
China Sanitary Ware Industry Report, 2013 - 2017
Accompanied by economic growth, accelerated urbanization, improving disposable income of residents and the growing demand for housing, China sanitary ware market has seen burgeoning development with the marekt size soaring from RMB44.1 billion in 2007 to RMB94 billion in 2012, an average annual growth rate of 16.3%. Compared with developed countries, China stayed at a low level in terms of the per capita consumption of sanitary ware products. And the sanitary ware market of China is expected to continue the momentum of rapid development, with the targeted marekt scale hittng RMB171.6 billion by 2017, an AAGR of 12.8%. ?
In general, sanitary ware falls into ceramic sanitary ware and non-ceramic sanitary ware. In 2012, the penetration rate of sanitary ware in China claimed 45.7%. And the figure is expected to rise steadily, thanks to China’s full-blown urbanization. The estimate shows that the penetration ratio by 2017 will jump to 59.3%, and that the market scale will hit RMB101.8 billion.
Table of Content
1. Introduction of Sanitary Ware
1.2 Classification of the Industry
1.3 Standards & Policies
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2. Sanitary Ware Concerned Industries in China
2.1 Housing Industry
2.2 Home Decoration Industry
2.3 Other Market Drivers
2.3.2 Per Capita Disposable Income
3. China Sanitary Ware Market
3.1 Market Scale
3.2 Ceramic Sanitary Ware
3.3 Competition Pattern
3.5 Market Segments
3.5.1 Market Scale
Global And China Automotive Industrial Robotics Industry Report,2013 - 2014
The global industrial robotics market valued around USD11.156 billion in 2012, but the value slumped by 17% to USD9.249 billion in 2013 because of the yen depreciation and a significant decline in the average price of industrial robotics.
In 2013, the global shipment of industrial robotics slightly rose by 2%. Japan’s industrial robotics shipment fell by 7.3% to 106,225 sets, and the average selling price dropped from JPY4.72 million in 2012 to JPY4.52 million in 2013. Thanks to the strong recovery in Europe, the U.S. and Japan, their demand for industrial robotics will not be less than China in 2014. The global market value is expected to increase by 3.5% to USD9.569 billion in the same year.
Although Japan’s industrial robotics shipment declines, Japanese companies still act as the global overlord, enjoying the estimated 52.0% market share in 2013, whilst German companies were expected to occupy approximately 21.7% market share.
Welding robots account for 50% of industrial robotics, requiring high precision. In this point, even Germany can not compete with Japan. For example, only two Japanese companies in the world can produce robot reducers; one is Nabtesco with the global market share of approximately 90% and the annual sales revenue of about USD500-600 million, the other is Harmonic Drive System with the annual sales of roughly USD55-65 million.
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Table of Content
1 Introduction to Industrial Robotics
1.2 Cost Structure
2 Global Industrial Robotics Market
2.2 Regional Analysis
2.4 Service Robotics
2.5 Industrial Distribution in China
3 Industrial Robotics Industry
3.1 Supply Chain
3.2 Global Industrial Ranking
3.3 Japan\'s Industrial Research
3.4 Japan\'s Industrial Structure
3.5 Automotive Industrial Robotics Industry
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