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Shoppers wait for a GameStop store to open at Tysons Corner Center in Tysons, Virginia on November 27, 2020.

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Find out which companies are making headlines Friday at noon.

GameStop – Shares of the video game retailer gained about 3.5%, erasing big losses overnight, as investors looked past the company’s unexpected loss in the holiday quarter. GameStop has announced the launch of a new market for non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, by the end of the second quarter.

FedEx – FedEx shares fell nearly 4% after the company missed earnings estimates for the quarter. The company beat its revenue, but said a shortage of workers amid the omicron variant outbreak had hurt its bottom line.

Tesla – Shares gained 4% after Morgan Stanley reiterated its overweight rating on Tesla. The call came after CEO Elon Musk tweeted that he was “working on part 3 of the master plan”. Morgan Stanley said it views “Part 3 as mass industrialization, a network flywheel, and ‘connecting the dots’ between adjacent TAMs.”

Moderna – Moderna shares rose 6% after learning it was seeking FDA approval for a second Covid-19 booster shot for adults 18 or older. Pfizer and partner BioNTech this week sought approval for a Covid-19 booster for those 65 and older.

Rent the Runway – Shares of the fashion rental company soared 19% after Jefferies began hedging the company with a buy rating, noting the company’s high barrier to entry could help it generate revenue growth of up to 50%. Jefferies also launched coverage of RealReal, Farfetch and ThredUp with buy ratings. Shares rose 8%, 5% and 4%, respectively.

Joann — Shares of the craft retailer fell 6% after the company reported disappointing quarterly sales for the previous quarter. Joann also saw a $60 million increase in ocean freight costs last year — one of many supply chain disruptions. Piper Sandler downgraded the retailer to neutral from overweight.

Wingstop – Shares of the chicken wing restaurant franchise were flat after falling nearly 5% in midday trading as Piper Sandler downgraded the stock to underweight from overweight. The company expects the stock to experience short-term resistance.

MongoDB – Shares of the technology company rose nearly 7% after an upgrade to buy from UBS. The investment firm said in a note to clients that the business is growing in popularity with clients.

Garmin – The consumer electronics stock gained 2.7% on the heels of an upgrade to buy from Bank of America. The stock’s recent pullback makes Garmin a candidate to buy the dip given its strong fundamentals, Bank of America said in a note to clients.

US Steel – Shares of US Steel fell nearly 5% after issuing weaker-than-expected guidance for the quarter. The company cited rising raw material costs as one of the contributors.

– CNBC’s Yun Li, Jesse Pound, Hannah Miao and Maggie Fitzgerald contributed reporting

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Apple supplier Foxconn sees possible revenue hit by supply chain issues https://jvc-europe.com/apple-supplier-foxconn-sees-possible-revenue-hit-by-supply-chain-issues/ Wed, 16 Mar 2022 09:12:00 +0000 https://jvc-europe.com/apple-supplier-foxconn-sees-possible-revenue-hit-by-supply-chain-issues/

People wear masks to protect themselves from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) while listening to the annual general meeting at the lobby of Foxconn’s office in Taipei, Taiwan June 23, 2020. REUTERS/Ann Wang

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  • Q4 net profit of T$44.4 billion vs. T$43.32 billion market view
  • Sees 2022 revenue between -3% and +3%
  • Restarted part of production in Shenzhen
  • Said to have supply chain clarification in the second half of the year
  • Expects annual electric vehicle production of up to 750,000 units by 2025

TAIPEI, March 16 (Reuters) – Apple supplier Foxconn forecast a revenue drop of up to 3% for the year in what could be its first annual sales decline in six years, as a shortage of chips squeezes the Smartphone production and demand is cooling following a surge during the pandemic.

The Taiwanese company, which halted production in China earlier this week to comply with government restrictions, said separately that it had restarted some production and operations at its Shenzhen campus after meeting government conditions for that staff live and work in a bubble.

The shutdowns of Foxconn – the world’s largest contract electronics maker – and other companies including Japan’s Toyota Motor (7203.T) have fueled concerns about how global supply chains could be affected as China faces its biggest spike in COVID-19 infections since early 2020. Learn more

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Chairman Liu Young-way said on a post-earnings call Wednesday that Foxconn won’t have better clarity on supply chain uncertainty until the second half.

He said record revenue in 2021, boosted by the explosion in demand for electronics following the pandemic, would lead to “flat” business this year due to a high base year. last.

“The pandemic has not abated, inflation is high and global politics are getting strained – all of this is further complicating supply and demand and leading to great uncertainty about our outlook,” Liu said, qualifying 2022 of a “very difficult year”.

Still, Liu said he was “cautiously positive” about the company’s 2022 sales outlook, citing continued growth in areas such as 5G smartphones and cloud products.

He had previously warned that he expected the chip shortage to extend into the second half of 2022.

Liu said on Wednesday that Foxconn expected limited impact from the war in Ukraine, echoing the Taiwanese government which says any impact on the island’s supply chains would be small because Russia and Ukraine are not not the main sources of import of raw materials such as nickel and neon.

Apple suspended all product sales to Russia in response to the invasion, which Russia calls a special military operation.

Foxconn, officially called Hon Hai Precision Industry Co Ltd, said it expects first-quarter and full-year revenue to be between a 3% decline and a 3% increase. Analysts expected revenue this year to rise 1.2%.

The company expects smartphone revenue to remain stable in 2022.

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Foxconn has announced in recent months its intention to become a major player in the global electric vehicle (EV) market. On Wednesday, he said he doesn’t expect EV revenue to be significant until 2023. read more

Foxconn, which has electric vehicle contracts with various companies including Lordstown Motors Corp (RIDE.O), expects annual production of up to 750,000 units by 2025.

In the fourth quarter ended in December, Foxconn’s revenue fell 6%, its first drop in five quarters, but still the second highest in the quarter.

Revenue from its key smart consumer and electronics business fell 3% to 15% during the period. Smartphones represent 60% of this activity.

Revenues from its cloud and networking products as well as its IT products were flat. Components revenue increased by more than 15%.

Foxconn shares closed 0.5% higher ahead of the earnings release, versus a 0.1% gain in the broader market (.TWII). They have fallen 2.4% so far this year.

Net profit fell 3.4% to T$44.4 billion ($1.55 billion) in the October-December period. This compares to the T$43.32 billion average of 10 analyst estimates compiled by Refinitiv.

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Xailient blows the doors of computer vision with Intel OpenVINO at 448FPS https://jvc-europe.com/xailient-blows-the-doors-of-computer-vision-with-intel-openvino-at-448fps/ Mon, 14 Mar 2022 15:17:00 +0000 https://jvc-europe.com/xailient-blows-the-doors-of-computer-vision-with-intel-openvino-at-448fps/

SYDNEY, March 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Xailient specializes in highly efficient, low-power computer vision. OpenVINO specializes in maximizing the performance and speed of computer vision AI workloads.

Together, Xailient and OpenVINO deliver all Computer Vision inference on all Intel hardware configurations, from microwatts to gigawatts, efficiently and blazingly fast.

Intel OpenVINO has improved Xailient 9.5x FPS on Intel hardware – to a mind-blowing 448 FPS. Together, Xailient-Intel outperforms the comparable MobileNet_SSD by 80 times. Even after Intel used OpenVINO magic on MobileNet_SSD, Xailient-OpenVINO is 14 times faster.

No camera needs 448 FPS, but that means customers can drive 15 cameras through a single Intel system, with room for other applications. Xailient software can run entirely on the Intel device – no login required. This opens up all sorts of possibilities, such as:

  • Facial recognition for HomeCams that does not send any images to the cloud, thus preserving the privacy of family members.
  • Compliance with privacy laws such as Europe GDPR and California CPRA by only recognizing users who have signed up, without leaking data to the cloud.
  • Combine multiple Computer Vision AIs into one small form factor for a smarter smart home.

Possible use cases include facial unlocking, parental controls for smart TVs or other consumer electronics, personalization with face-based login, security monitoring, and two-factor authentication .

Lars OlesonCEO and co-founder of Xailient, said: “You have to remember that speed IS accuracy – just like you and I ‘take a second look’, faster AI means a better outcome for customers that is more reliable .”

Dr. Shivy Yohanandan, Chief Scientist and Co-Founder of Xailient, said: “We were pretty happy when we beat MobileNetSSD 10 to 1, but with OpenVINO we have extended that lead to 80:1. proof positive that there are still opportunities for synergy between AI software and hardware.”

Herman YauXailient’s Vice President of Strategic Partnerships, said, “Customers will benefit from the ease of deployment. Large systems can handle more cameras, and small systems can stay smaller and cheaper. The unit economics of vision per computer is now 10 to 100 times cheaper.”

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Xailient provides the fastest computer vision AI in the world. We specialize in putting incredibly accurate AI on incredibly small devices. Running at exceptionally low power, Xailient’s AI unlocks new, cost-effective and integrated CV applications for our customers that were previously unreachable.

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Global Mobile Charging Cables for Consumer Electronics Market 2022 – Key Manufacturers, Latest Trends, Future Outlook and Forecast 2028 https://jvc-europe.com/global-mobile-charging-cables-for-consumer-electronics-market-2022-key-manufacturers-latest-trends-future-outlook-and-forecast-2028/ Sat, 12 Mar 2022 16:08:01 +0000 https://jvc-europe.com/global-mobile-charging-cables-for-consumer-electronics-market-2022-key-manufacturers-latest-trends-future-outlook-and-forecast-2028/

In a new research study, MarketsandResearch.biz examine the Global mobile charging cables for the consumer electronics market growth rate from 2022 to 2028. The research examines previous year growth patterns, market share, industry analysis, growth factors, limitations, opportunities, challenges and profiles of the main market players.

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Will Apple stock remain a safe haven in an uncertain market? https://jvc-europe.com/will-apple-stock-remain-a-safe-haven-in-an-uncertain-market/ Fri, 11 Mar 2022 06:01:27 +0000 https://jvc-europe.com/will-apple-stock-remain-a-safe-haven-in-an-uncertain-market/

JMarkets are having a rough year so far, with the S&P 500 down about 13% year-to-date amid the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war, surging inflation and crude oil prices and expectations of monetary policy tightening, all of which are likely to have an impact on economic growth. Tech stocks have fared even worse as investors turn to value and cyclical bets, with the Nasdaq-100 down nearly 20% year-to-date. Now even Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL) stock, which is seen as something of a safe haven, hasn’t really been immune to the selloff, down about 13% since the start of the month. ‘year. However, we think Apple still looks compelling in the current situation, with our price estimate of $174 for the stock about 10% above the current market price. There are several reasons for our bullish stance on Apple.

First, Apple’s finances are expected to continue at record highs this year, despite economic headwinds. Although we expect growth rates to slow in FY22 as demand for the remote work and learning trend cools and iPhone 13 likely sees growth slower compared to the iPhone 12, we still expect that Apple revenue will grow about 10% in FY22. The main drivers of growth are likely to be Apple’s services business, which is seeing strong app sales and a growing number of paid subscriptions on its platform. fitness (about 785 million in December, up 165 million from last year). Apple is also likely to handle supply issues much better than rivals in consumer electronics, given its size and thick margins, which could put it in a better position to secure the market. supply in times of uncertainty. For perspective, in the first quarter of FY22, when much of the consumer electronics industry was reeling from semiconductor issues, Apple actually increased its gross margins at 43.8%, near historical highs, thanks to a more favorable product mix, higher service sales. , and rising volumes.

While continued revenue growth and solid margin expansion should boost Apple’s earnings, shareholder returns could be boosted by Apple’s massive share buyback program. Apple has repurchased on average about 5% of its shares each year for the past five years. Apple’s valuation also looks reasonable, compared to historical levels. The stock is trading at a P/E of just over 25x currently, roughly in line with the Nasdaq-100 and down from around 31x in 2021 and 38x in 2020. action a compelling choice in today’s market. See our analysis on Apple valuation: Are AAPL shares expensive or cheap? for a look at what drives our price estimate for Apple.

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Titan plans to acquire majority stake in consumer electronics brand Noise https://jvc-europe.com/titan-plans-to-acquire-majority-stake-in-consumer-electronics-brand-noise/ Wed, 09 Mar 2022 16:08:11 +0000 https://jvc-europe.com/titan-plans-to-acquire-majority-stake-in-consumer-electronics-brand-noise/

Titan Company Ltd., a joint venture between The Tata Group and TIDCO, is looking to invest in India’s wearables segment. The company is said to be in preliminary talks to acquire a majority stake in Noise, the Gurugram-based consumer electronics brand.

The Tata Group-led company is looking to increase its presence in the booming wearables market with this acquisition. Nexxbase Marketing Pvt. Noise, owned by Ltd, will be valued at around Rs 700-800 crore as a result of the transaction. According to a Mint report, the valuation is determined by doubling Noise’s revenue by Rs 400 crore, which is common among companies in the wearables market.

Noise, founded in 2014 by Amit Khatri and Gaurav Khatri, started out selling smartphone cases before exploring smart wearables and wireless headphones vertically. According to the International Data Corporation (IDC) report, the smart clothing market in India grew by 93.8% year-on-year (YoY) in the fiscal third quarter of FY21 (July-September), shipping 23.8 million units. Smartwatches remain the fastest growing category, with 4.3 million shipments in the third quarter, while wristbands saw their ninth consecutive quarter of annual decline.

The report also suggests that local brands have taken more than two-thirds of the smartwatch market thanks to aggressive pricing and marketing spend on digital channels. Noise managed to maintain its market dominance for the sixth consecutive quarter in the third quarter, with a market share of 26%, followed by boAt with a market share of 23.1%.

Shares of Titan Company jumped more than 2% today after a report suggested the company was in talks to buy a majority stake in indigenous wearables maker Noise. Shares of Titan climbed after a four-day decline. At the start of trading, large-cap stocks rose 1.91% to 2,415 rupees per share. The shares were trading above the 200-day moving average, but below the 5-day, 20-day, 50-day and 100-day moving averages. The share has risen 63% in one year but has fallen 5.42% since the start of the current year.

Tata Group in 2020 acquired Hyderabad-based smart device maker Hug Innovations Inc to focus on the booming wearables market. Noise, a Gurugram-based company, previously appointed IndigoEdge to help them explore new financial investors. According to a report, it was aiming to raise more than Rs 100 crore in 2020 at a valuation of nearly Rs 500 crore.

boAt, which is eyeing a Rs 2,000 crore IPO, recently took over KaHa Pte Ltd. (Cove IoT), based in Singapore. Imagine Marketing, the parent company of boAt, has announced that it will acquire Singapore-based KaHa Pte Ltd. BoAt seeks to bolster its wearable devices with KaHa’s concept, design, algorithm development, electronic firmware, Android and iOS apps, among other features and capabilities, as a result of this transaction.

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It’s not just gas. Metal prices are also rising, which will affect many consumer products https://jvc-europe.com/its-not-just-gas-metal-prices-are-also-rising-which-will-affect-many-consumer-products/ Mon, 07 Mar 2022 19:58:55 +0000 https://jvc-europe.com/its-not-just-gas-metal-prices-are-also-rising-which-will-affect-many-consumer-products/

The war in Ukraine is having a more direct impact on Americans in the form of higher gasoline prices as the cost of oil continues to soar.

But look a little further and the situation gets even worse.

Russia is a key global supplier of a variety of metals used in manufacturing – aluminum, nickel, palladium. These metals are now rare and the prices of many consumer goods will reflect higher production costs.

The price of nickel on the London Metal Exchange soared more than 60% on Monday.

Nickel is used to make stainless steel, lithium-ion batteries and other products. That means the cost of everything from cookware to consumer electronics could be about to soar.

“Commodity markets are increasingly pricing in a scenario in which a significant portion of Russian supply will be shut out of the market,” Morgan Stanley said in a note to clients.

“Prices are likely to remain very volatile, until the true impact on supply becomes clearer and prices can begin to settle at a new equilibrium.”

Record aluminum prices have already contributed to higher canned prices. Copper is also at record highs.

Rising costs illustrate the realities of global supply chains and the interdependent nature of manufacturing. Higher expenditures on one component of a product can drive up overall prices.

“Already tight markets could face even greater shortages if Russian exports of mining commodities were to be significantly affected,” Morgan Stanley said.

“In a generally low inventory environment, demand destruction would become necessary in such a scenario.”

It’s a fancy way of saying that manufacturers may need to find alternate supplies on an ongoing basis.

Conclusion: From an economic perspective, war is now more expensive than ever after decades of peaceful manufacturing integration.

This means that you will feel the effects of hostilities no matter where you live.

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Russian state media declare ceasefire in Ukraine https://jvc-europe.com/russian-state-media-declare-ceasefire-in-ukraine/ Sat, 05 Mar 2022 08:39:00 +0000 https://jvc-europe.com/russian-state-media-declare-ceasefire-in-ukraine/

Elon Musk rejects calls for Starlink to block Russian media

Elon Musk speaks during a press conference at SpaceX’s Starbase facility near the village of Boca Chica in southern Texas on February 10, 2022.

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Elon Musk said on Saturday that SpaceX’s Starlink would not block Russian news outlets “except at gunpoint”, saying some governments – with the exception of Ukraine – had asked the company to do it.

Starlink is a division of SpaceX that plans to build an interconnected network with thousands of satellites to deliver high-speed internet anywhere on the planet.

“Sorry to be a free speech absolutist”, Musk said on Twitter.

— Chloe Taylor

UK says 4 Ukrainian towns are surrounded by Russian forces

The UK Ministry of Defense said it appears four Ukrainian towns are surrounded by Russian troops.

“Ukraine continues to hold the key cities of Kharkiv, Cherniv and Mariupol,” the ministry said in its daily intelligence update on Saturday.

“There have been reports of street fighting in Sumy. It is highly likely that the four towns are surrounded by Russian forces.”

According to the UK, “the overall rate of Russian air strikes and artillery seen over the past 24 hours has been lower than in previous days.”

The ministry added that Russian forces were also “probably” advancing towards the southern port city of Mykolaiv, but noted that it was possible that some forces were trying to bypass the city to prioritize progress towards the port city of Mykolaiv. Odessa.

— Chloe Taylor

Temporary ceasefire declared in two Ukrainian cities

Mykhailo Podolyak, an adviser to Ukraine’s presidential office who took part in negotiations with Russian officials this week, confirmed on Saturday that a temporary ceasefire had been declared in two Ukrainian cities.

The ceasefire, which was to begin at 10 a.m. Moscow time (2 a.m. ET), would allow civilians to leave the towns, which have been ravaged by fighting in recent days.

Russian state-controlled media claimed that the country’s Defense Ministry had agreed exit routes with Ukrainian authorities.

— Chloe Taylor

Samsung Electronics stops shipments to Russia

Samsung Electronics has joined the slew of tech and consumer electronics companies that have stopped sending products to Russia.

The South Korean smartphone giant said it would suspend shipments to Russia and donate $6 million to humanitarian efforts “in the region”.

Silicon Valley companies including Apple, Google and Meta have made it harder for Russians to access some of the world’s most used technology as President Vladimir Putin continues his invasion of Ukraine.

Samsung Electronics is Russia’s top handset maker, with a 30% market share in the fourth quarter, according to Reuters. Xiaomi and Apple in China are second and third respectively.

—Ted Kemp

Amazon says notifying Ukrainian organizations of cybersecurity threats

Amazon Web Services logo.

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Amazon said on Friday that various teams in its cloud computing unit have briefed Ukrainian organizations and global governments on cybersecurity threats from state and other malicious actors.

“Our teams have seen new malware signatures and activity from a number of state actors that we are monitoring,” Amazon said. “As this activity has escalated, our teams and technologies have detected threats, learned patterns, and placed remediation tools directly into the hands of customers.”

AWS has also detected an increase in activity by non-state actors where malware has been targeted at charities, NGOs, and other aid organizations “in order to confuse and cause disruption”, said Amazon. In these cases, malicious actors have sought to disrupt medical supplies, food and clothing aid.

Amazon said it is also working with Ukrainian customers and partners to keep their applications secure, including helping them move their on-premises infrastructure to AWS to protect it from any potential physical or virtual attacks.

Western companies reacted to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in several ways. Microsoft said it was helping to keep Ukraine informed about cyberattacks and also suspended the sale of new products and services in Russia. Apple announced on Tuesday that it will stop selling products at its Apple Store in the country.

AWS has no data centers, infrastructure or offices in Russia, and it has a “longstanding policy of not doing business” in the country, Amazon said. Amazon’s biggest customers using AWS in Russia are companies headquartered outside of the country that have development teams there, the company added.

—Annie Palmer

Ukraine invites US Senate to Zoom meeting with Zelenskyy

United States First Lady Jill Biden applauds her guest, Ukraine’s Ambassador to the United States, Oksana Markarova, in the first lady’s box, as President Joe Biden greets Markarova during her speech on the State of the Union during a joint session of the United States Congress in the chamber of the House of Representatives at the Capitol in Washington, United States, on March 1, 2022.

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The entire US Senate has been invited to meet with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy via Zoom on Saturday morning, NBC News reported, citing unnamed sources.

The meeting was organized by the Ukrainian Embassy in the United States, and it will come a day after Zelenskyy promised leaders in European capitals that Ukraine will repel the invasion launched by Russian forces last week.

Since the start of Russia’s unprovoked offensive, Democrats and Republicans in Congress have overwhelmingly supported the Biden administration’s efforts to bolster Ukraine’s resistance as well as U.S. sanctions designed to cripple the Russian economy.

During President Joe Biden’s State of the Union address on Tuesday, many lawmakers wore the blue and yellow of the Ukrainian flag, or wore the flag itself on their lapels.

At one point, Biden asked the public to stand up and “send an unequivocal signal to the world and to Ukraine” of American support.

They did and greeted Ukrainian Ambassador to the United States Oksana Markarova, who was seated with First Lady Jill Biden.

-Dan Mangan

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Consumer Electronics Market by 2029 https://jvc-europe.com/consumer-electronics-market-by-2029/ Tue, 01 Mar 2022 22:33:06 +0000 https://jvc-europe.com/consumer-electronics-market-by-2029/

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Television, mobile phone, personal computers, cameras and camcorders, audio/video devices, personal care products, game consoles, others

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1. What is the market size and forecast of the global consumer electronics market?
2. What are the inhibiting factors and impact of COVID-19 on the global consumer electronics market during the forecast period?
3. What are the products/segments/applications/areas to invest in during the forecast period in the global consumer electronics market?
4. What is the competitive strategic window for opportunities in the Global Consumer Electronics Market?
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Global Consumer Electronics Market Research Report 2022-2029

Chapter 1 Consumer Electronics Market Overview

Chapter 2 Global Economic Impact on Industry

Chapter 3 Global Market Competition by Manufacturers

Chapter 4 Global Production, Revenue (Value) by Region

Chapter 5 Global Supply (Production), Consumption, Export, Import by Regions

Chapter 6 Global Production, Revenue (Value), Price Trend by Type

Chapter 7 Global Market Analysis by Application

Chapter 8 Manufacturing Cost Analysis

Chapter 9 Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers

Chapter 10 Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders

Chapter 11 Market Effect Factors Analysis

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Global 3D Printing in Consumer Goods Market 2021 Industry Trends, Segments, Opportunities and Growth Forecast 2027 – Company Ethos https://jvc-europe.com/global-3d-printing-in-consumer-goods-market-2021-industry-trends-segments-opportunities-and-growth-forecast-2027-company-ethos/ Mon, 28 Feb 2022 05:18:33 +0000 https://jvc-europe.com/global-3d-printing-in-consumer-goods-market-2021-industry-trends-segments-opportunities-and-growth-forecast-2027-company-ethos/

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