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07 Dec 2010  |  Asia Pacific
Manufacturing sector accounts for 24 percent of the GDP in 2009. With an aim to become industrialized country by 2020, Vietnams manufacturing industry has been undergoing major changes as a result of government initiatives, WTO commitments and industrial liberalization. Industrial development strategy for the period 2011-2020 to focus on the devel...
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10 Aug 2011  |  Asia Pacific
India's Manufacturing Sector Dynamics: A paradigm shift in manufacturing trend
Industrial production in India is divided into basic, capital, intermediate, consumer goods, and consumer non-durable goods industries. Manufacturing growth has been led by the automotive, machinery, textile, chemicals and metals industries. NMIZs have been set up to augment the industry by increasing the contribution of manufacturing to 25.0 perce...
31 Dec 2010  |  Asia Pacific
Economic 360 Perspective for Indonesia: Growth prospects and Emerging Opportunities in the Manufacturing Industry
The manufacturing industry being a growth driver of the economy contributes 26.1 percent to GDP and is a major source of employment in Indonesia. The government adopted the industrial development plans focusing on the priority industries mainly to revive the economic growth and to transform the manufacturing industry. Competition is expected to ris...
11 Apr 2011  |  Africa
The manufacturing industry in Egypt fuels the economic growth, productivity and employment. The manufactured output, and exports shows a positive trend with an increase in the investment since the liberalization and reform introduced in 2003. Government played an important role in reviving the growth of the manufacturing sector by formulating a lon...
01 Jul 2011  |  Africa
Economic 360 for South Africa: Growth Prospects and Emerging Opportunities in the Manufacturing Industry
South Africa is a democratic Republic with a stable political system. The economic environment is forecast to remain stable, with policy focus on employment creation through growth and stability. The manufacturing industry in South Africa is well established with strong development in the automotive, chemical, iron and food and beverages sectors. I...
22 Aug 2011  |  Asia Pacific
Industrial modernization, infrastructure development and strategic hi tech industries
China has been the fastest growing economy, expanding at 10.5 percent annually, driven by exports and investment. High priority is given to economic restructuring, from an export driven to consumption driven economy during the 12th five year plan period. The manufacturing industry is a driver of economic growth supported by government initiatives a...
29 Dec 2011  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Transformation of the UAE's Manufacturing Industry: Hydrocarbon to Non-hydrocarbon led Growth
The manufacturing growth in the UAE has been led by the development of the cement, petrochemicals, electrical machinery and power, food processing, and pharmaceutical industries. The government has been encouraging investments through special zones like the Industrial City of Abu Dhabi (ICAD) and Dubai Industrial City (DIC). The manufacturing indus...
19 Oct 2012  |  Asia Pacific
Economic 360 for Malaysia: Growth Prospects and Emerging Opportunities in the Manufacturing Industry
Malaysia: Riding on Stable Growth toward Achieving Vision 2020
Malaysia is a federal parliamentary democracy with a constitutional monarch and has a stable political system. The economic environment is strong and the economy has grown at high rates recovering from the global downturn. The manufacturing industry is of great importance to the economy as the country is heavily dependent on the export sector. The ...
10 Nov 2004  |  Latin America
This study covers trends and forecast for the Brazilian industrial automation industry for the period 1999 to 2007. Political, policy and economic trends affecting the industry are summarized in terms of national competitive advantage analysis and SWOT analysis.
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29 Aug 2011  |  Africa
Economic growth is primarily driven by fuel and mineral exports in many countries in the African region. Increased trade and investment cooperation and free trade agreements among the African countries have contributed to falling trade barriers and improved trade relations in the region. Europe and North America remain major destinations for export...
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