3 New Focus Reports Forecasting U.S. Electronics Markets

WASHINGTON and NEW YORK and LONDON -- announces the addition to its collection of three new or updated original Freedonia Focus Reports forecasting various US markets related to electronics. Focus Reports provide market insights such as historical market size and industry output, segmentation by products and/or markets, market drivers and constraints, segment-by-segment outlooks in five-year forecasts, and profiles of leading companies. Specifically, these new reports analyze three different areas of electronics: semiconductors, semiconductor machinery, and electronic components.

According to Semiconductors: United States. US demand for semiconductors is forecast to total $54.4 billion in 2020, representing annual growth of 3.0% from $46.9 billion in 2015. Suppliers will benefit from increasing output of durable goods that employ semiconductors, including appliances, machinery, and transportation equipment. To learn more about the current and future market for semiconductors, visit the report page:

In the Focus Report Semiconductor Machinery: United States, demand for semiconductor machinery in the US is forecast to total $6.7 billion in 2020. While cyclical growth will occur as semiconductor manufacturers replace old equipment with new, more expensive machinery, most years in the forecast period will see cyclical declines. To learn more, visit the report page:

According to Electronic Components: United States, demand for electronic components in the US is forecast to total $123 billion in 2020. Suppliers will benefit from expanding US production of electronic devices for a variety of consumer and business applications. For a more detailed view of this industry, visit the report page:

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