The comprehensive annual growth rate of the world machine tool market will remain at 7.20%
the report machine tool: global strategic business report recently released by the global industry analysis company points out that the world machine tool market is expected to maintain a comprehensive annual growth rate of 7.20% from 2001 to 2010, and its market scale will exceed 68.8 billion US dollars by 2010
according to the report, in the global machine tool market, the metal cutting machine tool sub industry accounted for the largest share, 58.53% in 2007; It is expected that the sub industry will also have the fastest comprehensive annual growth rate from 2001 to 2010, reaching 7.60%
as for the end users of global machine tool consumption, the automobile manufacturing industry accounts for the largest proportion, It is estimated that the activity is poor, and whether the rotation of 20 rollers is normal (in the direction of the arrow on the cylinder, it was 42.78% in 2007). However, the industry with the fastest growth in machine tool consumption until the destruction of the sample is the electronic/electrical machinery and equipment processing industry, and the comprehensive annual growth rate is expected to be close to 9% from 2001 to 2010.
the global machine tool market has been growing slowly in the past few years. Japan continues to maintain its position as the largest machine tool manufacturer, accounting for more than 22% of the total global machine tool production, Germany China and Italy ranked second. China is the largest machine tool consumer, and its machine tool consumption accounts for more than 20% of the total consumption, followed by Japan and the United States. China's strong demand and the growing consumption of machine tools in the whole Asian economy have increased the sales and sales of machine tools. However, the global machine tool market still shows extreme sensitivity to the economic state. Turkey and Latin American countries (including Brazil) are expected to have considerable growth, and the growth rate will be higher than the average level of the global machine tool market
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