Industry determines the scale and level of national economic modernization, plays a leading role in the contemporary world national economy, and is the fundamental guarantee for national economic independence, political independence, and national defense modernization. The industry is divided into two categories: The sector that provides means of production is called heavy industry, and the sector that produces means of consumption is called light industry.
Investing and setting up factories in Latin America is part of the global supply chain, which can supply the North American or European markets nearby.
Latin America not only has a vast territory, rich natural resources, sufficient consumption capacity, and market potential but also has successfully promoted regional economic integration over the years, investment and trade opportunities cannot be underestimated.
Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) will resume economic growth in 2022, after contracting by 6.7% in all countries due to the effects of the pandemic last year. The recession caused by the epidemic will take years to recover from, and those living in poverty will continue to be the most affected.
In recent years, Taiwanese businessmen have been working hard to expand into emerging markets, and have gradually begun to pay attention to the African market because of its huge market potential. However, the epidemic hit Africa's economic development hard, and there are still huge numbers of poverty-stricken people.
The prospects of the global construction industry are promising. The main driving forces of market growth are growth of urbanization and population, housing market, and infrastructure.
The goal of Making Indonesia 4.0 is to achieve Indonesia’s entry into the top ten economies in the world by 2030. The roadmap of Indonesia’s Industry 4.0 is the key to enhancing the overall competitiveness of Indonesia’s industry in the future digital era, guiding the implementation of Indonesia’s national strategy, and where the interests are at stake. Cooperation and coordinated implementation between various industries aim to promote inclusive national growth and sustainable community welfare.
Located in the southern hemisphere, Australia has the world's fourteenth largest economy. It is rich in natural resources and is the world's largest producer of iron ore, gold, and uranium. Australia is also one of the world's leading exporters of wool, meat, wheat, and cotton. The service industry occupies a dominant position in the Australian economy. The fastest-growing ones are business and financial services. Travel and tourism-related to secondary and higher education are also important industries in Australia.
In terms of 2019 data, India is the world's 10th largest machine tool producer and the world's 8th largest machine tool consumer. The Indian government has set a target for India’s manufacturing output value to account for 25% of GDP by 2025. Together with the prime minister’s active promotion of "Made in India", it will bring a huge boost to the demand for machine tools in India. The Indian machine tool market still has considerable development potential, and the Indian manufacturing market is rising rapidly.
With the spread of the US-China trade war, the development and business opportunities of Vietnam's industrial manufacturing have been accelerated. In recent years, Vietnam’s economic situation has performed well. In 2018, Vietnam’s average national income per capita reached US$2,590, an increase of US$200 from 2017 and 1.23 times that of 2015. The Vietnamese government is working hard to promote the development of the manufacturing market and set the goal of becoming an industrial power.
Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) technology is to pretreat and evaporate industrial wastewater, collect the condensed water distilled from the zero liquid discharge system for water recycling applications, and send unevaporated solids to landfills or use them as valuable salt. Class by-products are reused. In 2018, the global ZLD market demand was approximately 5,442 million U.S. dollars, with the largest industrial application being the energy and power industries, followed by the petrochemical and chemical industries.
The United States, the European Union, and China are the world’s three largest economies, which together are estimated to account for 60.92% of the global economy in 2021.
The United Nations Industrial Development Agency (UNIDO) announced the July 2020 World Manufacturing Competitiveness Index (CIP) which is based on 2018 indicators. South Korea ranks third after Germany and China among 152 countries in the world. CIP is a composite index of 8 items including per capita manufacturing, value-added, and manufacturing export value. It reflects the overall competitiveness of the manufacturing industry in each country. UNIDO publishes the CIP every other year.
Although the share of manufacturing in Japan's GDP has declined in the past few decades, Japan still has a very large manufacturing base. In addition, Japanese manufacturers have extensive global connections, especially in Southeast Asia, many of which have substantial operations in countries such as Thailand.
There are many reasons for manufacturers to move their offshore or near-shore production bases to Mexico. The advantage of cheap labor is one of the most prominent.
The market has gradually shifted to a zero-touch economy, unmanned production, and unlimited applications in response to the challenges of the times and the epidemic.
The world is poised to change forever with the implementation of fifth-generation connectivity for data networks across the world. 5G has been promised to be the savior to any connectivity problems we've had in the past and it's also been highlighted as a path towards a fully wireless future.
There are two kinds of RFID systems that exist- passive and active. If you're new to RFID, you might be wondering what the difference is between these types, and which one is best for your application. Below, we provide a short answer.
As most of the world still struggles with the coronavirus pandemic, China is showing once again that a fast economic rebound is possible when the virus is brought firmly under control.
Italy has a solid industrial foundation and is the second-largest producer of machine tools market in Europe.