The French semi-conductor market looks set to take off in 2000.

Par 17 mars 2000
Mots-clés : Smart city, Europe

According to Sitelesc (the Syndicat des Industries de Tubes Electroniques et Semi-Conducteurs), the semi-conductor sector in France achieved a total turnover of FF25.9billion in 1999, i.e. an incre...

According to Sitelesc (the Syndicat des Industries de Tubes Electroniques
et Semi-Conducteurs), the semi-conductor sector in France achieved a
total turnover of FF25.9billion in 1999, i.e. an increase of 9 % (FF 2.1
billion and + 11 % not including electronic tubes).
For 2000, predicted growth is of approximately 25 % worldwide and market
progression could even reach 30 % in France, according to Jean-Claude
Vasuth, President of Sitelesc Deputy Managing Director of ST
Microelectronics France.
Telecommunications (34 % of total sales), computers and automobile
electronics are the main sources of growth on the electronic “chip”
market.
With 17,000 employees in 1999, the profession should increase this figure
by 5 to 6 % this year.
The world semi-conductor market should also achieve high growth rates over
the next few years.
According to the predictions of the World Semiconductor Trade Statistics
(WSTC), the world market should double over the next five years, to reach
almost 314 billion dollars in 2004. In this same period of time, according
to the American professional association, networks, digital audio and
video, mobile phones and multimedia applications for motor vehicles should
see the biggest growth and should generate almost 53 % of the market in
2004, compared with 40 % for traditional markets and 7 % for emerging
markets, such as electronic games.
(Christine Weissrock - Atelier Paribas 17/03/2000)

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