The global printed circuit board (PCB) industry has a long history and has gone through several cycles. In 2017, the global output value of PCB industry was 58.84 billion US dollars, an increase of 8.5% compared with the same period last year. In 2018, the global output value was about 63.55 billion US dollars, an increase of 8.0% compared with the same period last year. In addition, the global PCB industry has been shifting to Asia, especially to China, where the output value of PCB accounts for more than half. It is estimated that the global PCB output value will reach 71.8 billion US dollars by 2022 and more than 75 billion US dollars by 2024, of which the proportion of PCB output value in mainland China will continue to increase.
Multilayer board, flexible board and HDI board account for more than 70% of the total. PCB product structure is complex. Product types evolve continuously according to terminal demand. From single-double panel, multi-layer board, HDI board (low-level to high-level), arbitrary layer interconnection board, to SLP type carrier board and packaging substrate, the integration degree is getting higher and higher, and the design and processing are more complex. Multilayer board, flexible board and HDI board are the main force in PCB market. According to Prismark statistics, the total proportion of multi-layer board, flexible board and HDI board is as high as 74% in 2017. There is a large space for high-end PCB products to grow.
It was learned from the Military-Civil Integration Promotion Department of Jiangsu Industry and Information Office that a new batch of provincial demonstration bases for civil-military integration industry were announced, Suzhou Industrial Park was to be recognized as "Jiangsu Province Military-Civil Integration Industry Demonstration Base (New Generation Information Technology)", Haian High-tech Industrial Development Zone and Jiangyin Lingang Economic Development Zone as "Jiangsu Province Military-Civil Integration Industry Demonstration Base (New Materials)". As of February 28. Provincial military-civilian integration industrial demonstration bases enjoy the same treatment as provincial new industrialized industrial demonstration bases. They can receive "one-stop" services and management, including key guidance for industrial demonstration bases in development planning and industrial layout, and provide policy advisory services in scientific and technological innovation and financial support, and assist in implementing relevant policies.
[American experts: China's integrated circuit industry can not support top enterprises, export control can not solve Semiconductor Trade disputes]
According to Jiwei News, recently, the American think tank "International Center for Strategic Research (CSIS)" held a report conference on the development of China's semiconductor industry. James A. Lewis, head of the Center's public policy and technology project, pointed out in the report that only 16% of the semiconductor products used in China are manufactured domestically, while only 8% are actually manufactured by Chinese companies. Therefore, although China has invested tremendously in the IC industry in recent years, it still depends on the West at this stage, and the key chips will still rely on a large number of imports for many years to come. Semiconductor industry relies on government support and cannot support top enterprises.
Since the revival of US sanctions last year, trade frictions and tariff disputes between China and the United States have occurred continuously, and the semiconductor industry is inevitably involved in them. Jimmy Goodrich, vice president of global policy at the Semiconductor Industry Association of the United States (SIA), said that export controls were an important means for the U.S. government to safeguard national security in the past decades, but they should not become a weapon for resolving trade disputes. He believes that the most important thing is to protect intellectual property rights. Both China and the United States have room for improvement in relevant policy areas. We can create a fairer competitive environment through Sino-US trade agreements, especially in the areas of government subsidies and disclosure of intellectual property information. [modbreak]external link removed, contains advertisement[/modbreak]
In 2024, the global output value of PCB industry is more than 75 billion US dollars, and there is more room for high-e
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