Country Reports: Americas

The Americas account for around 21% of global electronics output in 2011; the region is dominated by the USA the world's second largest producer, and largest market for, electronic equipment and components. Mexico too remains an important production centre, even in the face of increasing competition from China. Buoyed by cheaper production costs and its close proximity to the US, Mexico is ranked ninth globally. Canada has in recent years lost share of global electronics production and currently is ranked 23rd. Brazil is the 7th largest electronics market globally and the 10th largest producer. In addition to the main countries listed information is also available for Puerto Rico and Venezuela on request.               

Currently individual reports can be supplied electronically for the key countries within the Americas electronics industry although we can supply information on other countries covered within the Yearbook database on demand. To discuss specific requirements, including discounts for multiple purchases please contact andrew.fletcher@rer.co.uk

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Country Report - Brazil
Production of computer hardware accounted for 43% of total output in 2015, production declining b..
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Ex Tax: £225.00
Country Report - Canada
Since the communications led boom in 2000 output in the Canadian electronics industry has decline..
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Country Report - Mexico
Electronics output decreased by 2.2% in 2015 and compared to the previous year’s decline of 0.5..
£225.00
Ex Tax: £225.00
Country Report - USA
The move to transfer volume manufacturing to lower cost locations has had a major impact on the U..
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