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USB type-C Market to Witness a CAGR of 29% through 2030, North America Continues to Dominate the Market – Future Market Insights – Press Release

USB type-C Market to Witness a CAGR of 29% through 2030, North America Continues to Dominate the Market – Future Market Insights – Press Release

Adoption and use by major industries and unique design of the port has pulled the focus of buyers and manufacturers. North America will witness major profit in the coming years.

DUBAI, UAE / ACCESSWIRE / October 14, 2020 / The usb type c market is expected to expand at a CAGR of 29% through the forecast period (2020-2030) across the globe. Telecommunication and electronics will help the market witness significant growth in the near future. COVID-19 has fuelled the demand as sales have experienced enough profit. Though major challenges like limited use or heat dissipation will affect the market yet a steady growth will be noticed.

Small and medium enterprises or growing demand by retailers and manufacturers, is motivating revenue generation due to adoption of port. Improving data transfer speed and high quality streaming videos is attracting consumers, thereby, enhancing market growth.,” states the FMI Analyst.

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USB type-C Market – Key Highlights

  • On the basis of application, smartphones and tablets hold maximum market share due to increased sale.
  • Global market is expected to surpass US$ 7.9 billion with a CAGR of 29% through 2030.
  • Demand for HDMI segment will witness maximum profit in the near future.
  • On the basis of region, North America has taken the spotlight with almost 1/3rd of the total market share.

USB type-C Market – Driving Factors

  • Wide applications and adoption of USB type-C in e-commerce and retails industries and automotive sectors is driving the market.
  • Automotive, telecommunication and healthcare industry is gaining pace in the developing economies and contributing to the economy.
  • Digital cameras, laptops, smartphones, tablets and TV is said to be the most lucrative end-use segment of all.
  • Use by drivers, passengers,
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German economic recovery to lose steam as pandemic continues to dominate

German economic recovery to lose steam as pandemic continues to dominate

Germany’s leading economic institutes on Wednesday published their autumn report, which paints a more pessimistic forecast for the recovery of Europe’s largest economy than experts had predicted in their previous spring report.



a group of people sitting at a picnic table: 13 October 2020, Berlin: Unoccupied chairs of various open-air cafes and restaurants in Tauentzienstraße. Missing guests due to corona-related restrictions are causing the restaurateurs some trouble. Photo: Jens Kalaene/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB (Photo by Jens Kalaene/picture alliance via Getty Images)


13 October 2020, Berlin: Unoccupied chairs of various open-air cafes and restaurants in Tauentzienstraße. Missing guests due to corona-related restrictions are causing the restaurateurs some trouble. Photo: Jens Kalaene/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB (Photo by Jens Kalaene/picture alliance via Getty Images)

The research institutes have revised their GDP forecasts downwards by a percentage point for both 2020 and 2021.

They now expect gross domestic product (GDP) to decline by 5.4% this year from the -4.2% they had forecast in Spring. For 2021, they expect growth of 4.7%, revised down from 5.8%. In 2022, economic output should increase by 2.7 %, they said.

“A good part of the slump from the spring has already been made up, but the remaining catching-up process represents the more arduous journey back to normal,” said Stefan Kooths, economic director of IfW Kiel, in a statement.

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Germany, like most other European countries, is suffering from a second wave of infections, with daily tallies rising to numbers not seen since April.

Chancellor Angela Merkel will meet with the leaders of Germany’s 16 states in Berlin on Wednesday in an attempt to reach some kind of clarity on the confusion over different curfews and domestic travel bans between states.

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The report, which comes out twice a year, is developed jointly by the German Institute for Economic Research, the Ifo Institute in Munich, the Kiel Institute for the World Economy, the Halle

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