electronics industry


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Noun1.electronics industry - the manufacturers of electronic products considered collectively
electronics company - a company that makes and sells electronic instruments
industry - the people or companies engaged in a particular kind of commercial enterprise; "each industry has its own trade publications"
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Polymers are widely used in the electronics industry and they are fundamental components of both manufacturing processes and final products, according to Rapra.
NIST is helping the electronics industry take advantage of emerging Web-based electronic commerce technologies through this work with RosettaNet.
He works in industrial and residential real estate, as well as in the electronics industry.
com/research/8bb0f8/assessment_of_elec) has announced the addition of Frost & Sullivan's new report "Assessment of Electronics Industry in Southeast Asia" to their offering.
At industry's request, NIST hosted an implementers workshop on e-dictionaries for the electronics industry in September 2000.
LONDON -- Proactive government initiatives coupled with the presence of state-of-the-art infrastructure and an efficient workforce is fuelling growth in the electronics industry in Southeast Asia.
The electronics industry has been at the forefront of economic development and has been accorded high priority by the governments in developed as well as developing countries.
com/reports/c50919) has announced the addition of Frost & Sullivan's new report: Country Industry Forecast - Social Infrastructure and Labor Analysis for the Japanese Automation and Electronics Industry to their offering.
Changhong), a leader in China's electronics industry, has selected UGS' Teamcenter[TM] product data management (PDM) solution for its PLM backbone.
Frost & Sullivan automation and electronics industry Country Industry Forecast service provides vital inputs for evaluating the attractiveness of a country and its automation and electronics industry.
As Asia Pacific continues to outperform the global automation and electronics industry, Japan needs to implement effective policies to make the most of its technical and infrastructure resources, and compete with alternative locations such as China, India, and Taiwan.
The electronics industry has enjoyed sustained growth over the last two years and projections for the future are positive," says Jim McElroy, CEO of iNEMI.

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