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  • China's role in the growth and direction of the semiconductor market: PwC
    Analyst relations Global International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites China s impact on the semiconductor industry 2015 update Part 4 China s semiconductor manufacturing China s semiconductor packaging assembly and test SPA T nominal capacity increased notably during 2014 with IC unit production increasing by more than 19 and O S D unit production increasing by 12 Explore the data Download China s impact on the semiconductor industry 2015 update Over the past dozen years PwC has covered the Chinese semiconductor journey from the world s smallest to the largest and most influential region of worldwide semiconductor consumption Since China has become an established player we re shifting our focus away from in depth coverage on growth and looking at other related topics that impact both the Chinese and the larger worldwide industry For our long time readers you will still find a selection of updated figures and tables organized in the same fashion as our previous in depth reports so you can keep track of the major growth trends that impact the worldwide market Should you find something you need that is not included feel free to reach out to our report author Clements Ed Pausa at clements e pausa us pwc com Part 1 China s semiconductor consumption market Part 2 China s semiconductor industry Part 3 China s IC design industry Part 4 China s semiconductor manufacturing Part 5 Top Chinese semiconductor companies and manufacturers Coming January 2016 Technology Computers networking Semiconductors Software On digital transformation China s impact on the semiconductor industry About this report Interpreting Chinese semiconductor statistics Latest

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  • MoneyTree™ India Q3 2015: PwC
    months since 2007 with overall investments attracting US 13 8 billion across 535 deals At the current pace 2015 is well on course to becoming the best year for PE investments surpassing the US 14 7 billion that the country saw across 533 deals in full year 2007 the highest to date In Q3 total investment was US 6 0 billion across 159 deals which was again a record the best quarter in the history of Indian PE This record was made possible by sustained interest in e commerce within the information technology IT and IT enabled services ITeS sector which alone saw US 3 6 billion of investments across 112 deals For all the details read or download the pdf of the full report or check out the highlights below Explore the data Key findings Previous reports Preview some charts inside this report Click on a figure below to see a full size version Close Total private equity investments Q3 2015 Close Investments by industry Q3 2015 Interesting observations from this report The technology sector has once again emerged as the leader in terms of value and volume of investments with e commerce leading the pack More than 3 5 billion USD was raised in this quarter which is more than double the amount in the same period of the previous year Several VCs raised new funds over the last few months which led to faster deployment and boosted early stage deals In terms of segments hyperlocal and mobile VAS companies saw significant traction Sandeep Ladda Technology Sector Leader PwC India India s young population is hungry for data access anytime anywhere and at affordable price points Companies that enable this will attract investments as the potential to monetize such a connected customer base holds a lot of promise

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  • CIS: Bonfire of the Brands
    Complete list of PwC territory sites Bonfire of the Brands Consumer attitudes toward brand leadership and what it takes to get ahead The future of brand leadership Taking the pulse of consumers Which institutions products and services are truly leading the way in consumers eyes What are the pathways to rising and staying at the top What are the factors driving long term success To understand what s next in this edition of the Consumer Intelligence Series we empirically examine how the global brand leadership landscape has shifted in the 21st century Diving into key consumer sectors Technology Retail Consumer Entertainment Media and Communications and Banking we uncover insights into brand strategies that have proved resilient amid decades of rapid change The study is global with market studies in the US Brazil China and the United Kingdom It explores the characteristics consumers define as indicative of brand leadership The lessons are applicable to executives across all departments as they strategize and organize for success Watch short videos Key findings Brand leadership has changed dramatically over the past twenty years and there s more chaos ahead Between 1999 and 2014 47 of brands fell off the list of top 100 leader brands When we expanded our leader brand set to include product brands that attrition rate jumped even higher to 72 If current trends continue the large majority of today s top leadership brands can expect to be replaced in the next decade Across industries we can learn about gaining leadership status among consumers The technology sector outperforms other consumer industries 72 of consumers say they think technology and electronics companies are showing strong brand leadership Consumer facing brands are not only on the hook for delivering authentic good for you products they are being challenged to deliver social reform Millennials

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  • MoneyTree™ China TMT Report - Q1/Q2 2015: PwC
    about by booming stock markets and the New Third Board TMT industry investments reached their highest level since 2012 in both deal value and deal volume In Q1 2015 TMT deal value increased by 61 to US 7 58 billion and the deal volume increased from 371 deals in Q4 2014 to 635 deals in Q1 2015 up 71 Both the deal value and volume reached a new high since 2012 The average single deal value in the TMT industry was US 18 08 million up 19 compared to Q1 2014 In Q2 the deal volume in the TMT industry was 491 deals Despite a slight decrease in deal volume the deal value and average single deal value still increased significantly to US 7 98 billion and US 20 26 million respectively Both overall PE VC investment and TMT industry investment in H1 2015 were at a high level and continued the strong momentum of 2014 For all the details read or download the pdf of the full report or check out the highlights below Explore the data Key findings Previous reports Preview some charts inside this report Click on a figure below to see a full size version Close Close Close Investment enthusiasm was extremely high in H1 2015 As a hot spot for investment and under the impact of the wealth effect brought about by booming stock markets and the New Third Board TMT industry investments reached their highest point since 2012 in both deal value and deal volume In Q1 the deal value and volume in the TMT industry accounted for 90 and 70 of the total respectively in Q2 the proportions declined to 47 and 30 respectively This was mainly due to the significant increase in Medical and Finance industry In H1 2015 the high speed

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  • Global Technology Scorecard: Q3 2015
    insights View featured Browse by issue Browse by industry Browse by service Monthly highlights Spotlight The CEO agenda CEO insights blog Careers About PwC Technology careers Employer of choice Our history PwC Professional Employability Aspire to lead PwC s series on leadership and gender equality Country job search Explore careers with Strategy Press room Facts and figures Press contacts Analyst relations Global International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Global Technology Scorecard Q3 2015 View our interactive data explorer Now more than 140 companies to compare Download the scorecard Get all the analysis and data including Market trends Subsector analysis Company performance indicators Highlights What trends did we see in Q3 2015 The technology sector posted year over year growth of 1 3 and quarter over quarter growth of 0 7 in the third quarter of 2015 but volatile currency movements significantly impacted overall results Services continued to remain the growth driver for tech companies as PC and storage shipments both saw declines Significant transformational activities continued for tech companies in the third quarter including spin offs division sales acquisitions and restructuring Security issues plagued the Internet subsector while the Semiconductor space saw a major trade deal eliminating tariffs on next generation semiconductors Economically the quarter was marked by continued worries in all major markets creating uncertainty that resulted in high market volatility The VIX Index ranged from 16 09 at the start of the quarter to 24 50 at the quarter close Technology scorecard home Subsectors Communications Consumer electronics EMS Distributors Internet Semiconductors Software Software services Systems and PC hardware Data explorer Methodology Download

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  • About this report
    our previous reports on this issue we conducted a second order analysis for the 2014 update To accomplish this first we reconciled data from different incomplete and often contradictory reports from various sources These sources included industry associations and third party research firms located in Asia and the West Then we analyzed the reconciled data with an eye towards filling in gaps and revealing information that was not apparent in the original source material We also interviewed industry executives to obtain current views from various parts of the value chain This year we found reasonable consistency between various sources about the direction and relative magnitude of the changes in China s semiconductor market and industry However there was still a noticeable variation between sources about absolute size of the market For our top level reporting of China s semiconductor consumption market and production industry we have continued to utilize the values reported by CCID Consulting They provide the most comprehensive detail about China s market and industry available and their reports are the principal source of information for Chinese policymakers For some of our detail analysis we have utilized alternate sources that provide information not available elsewhere and have wherever possible tried to base each such analysis on a homogeneous data source For example for our analysis of China compared with worldwide semiconductor market by application and by device and of semiconductor consumption versus purchases China versus worldwide by region we have continued to utilize the values reported by Gartner GDQ as they provide database information for each of those markets that is reconciled on a worldwide basis As a consequence the value of some metrics may vary slightly between different figures and tables We acknowledge these differences and trust that they will not divert our readers attention from the value and significance of the findings of the report Our intent with this method remained to construct a more comprehensive meaningful and yet quantitatively based picture of the industry than is otherwise available Using this method we surfaced additional findings and considered the ramifications of those findings for multinational semiconductor industry companies The growth of China s semiconductor market which consists primarily of electronics manufacturing services EMS companies original design manufacturers ODMs and original equipment manufacturers OEMs that consume chips in China continues to be a major catalyst for changes in the industry For this reason we assessed the status of the market in depth and considered its effects on semiconductor production wafer fabs packaging assembly and test facilities and integrated design manufacturers IDMs of the industry We also reviewed the status of the fabless and design companies in China A couple of further points we should note on the data sources the metrics we use or developed had to be sufficiently comprehensive and consistent to be useful for the type of report we wanted to publish For that reason we elected to use the World Semiconductor Trade Statistics WSTS values for the worldwide semiconductor market wherever possible although several

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  • Interpreting Chinese Semiconductor Statistics
    includes wafer foundries wafer fabrication plants of foreign IC semiconductor companies and Chinese IC integrated device manufacturers IDMs As a result the revenue and unit production reported for this sector is a heterogeneous mix of wafer and finished product unit sales IC Packaging and testing This sector which is sometimes identified as the encapsulation and testing industry includes the IC semiconductor packaging assembly and test SPA T plants of foreign semiconductor companies as well as all IC semiconductor assembly and test services SATS plants and companies in China This sector does not include the discrete SPA T plants of foreign semiconductor companies or the IC SPA T activities of Chinese IDMs Nor does it include LED plants since the CSIA continues to include LEDs within the discrete industry Because some SPA T plants of foreign semiconductor companies use a wafer die sale buy back or imported processing business model and others use a consigned wafer die or another toll processing business model the revenue reported for this sector is not homogeneous and is potentially misleading However reported unit production is relatively homogeneous Discrete device This sector includes all Chinese discrete IDMs and several Chinese SPA T plants as well as all discrete wafer fabrication and SPA T plants of foreign semiconductor companies in China It also includes LEDs which CSIA continues to include within the discrete industry sector Because many of the SPA T plants of foreign semiconductor companies use a consigned wafer die business model rather than the fully costed IDM business model the revenue reported for this sector is not homogeneous and can be misleading However reported unit production is relatively consistent and reliable Data compilation methods Both the CCID and CSIA compile their industry data from reports or survey responses filed by the various entities in each industry sector These entities usually report their activities as separate stand alone companies and the CCID and CSIA consolidate the reports from each company in an industry sector without any eliminations or offsets The results are often industry sector totals that are aggregates of different inputs and therefore misleading For example the data might include foundry wafer revenues and wafer shipments combined with IDM finished unit product sales revenues and unit shipments Because at least three of the largest SPA T plants of foreign semiconductor companies use a wafer die sale buy back business model their reported revenues are approximately two and a quarter times as large as they would be if reported using the conventional consigned wafer die cost less die basis This reporting difference is significant and could account for an overstatement of 15 in the 2011 revenues for the IC packaging and testing sector 6 in the 2011 revenues of the Chinese IC industry and 3 in the 2011 revenues of the overall Chinese semiconductor industry Probable double counting A hypothetical example Because of the way the CCID and CSIA compile their data without any eliminations or offsets it is very probable that there will be instances

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  • China's impact on the semiconductor industry: 2014 update: PwC
    concerns that China s growing semiconductor production would cause over capacity in the global market At that time it was estimated that Chinese semiconductor companies represented less than 6 of established semiconductor companies and that they contributed less than 0 2 of worldwide semiconductor revenues But great growth was projected China did not disappoint in terms of growth However it wasn t its production of semiconductors that skyrocketed but rather its consumption Today China accounts for more than half of the global semiconductor consumption and its growth rate exceeds the global industry growth rate year after year Driven by strong global demand for smartphones and tablets the lion s share of which are produced in China and the growing momentum towards networked things the Internet of Things this strong growth in semiconductor consumption should continue in the coming years It s important to note however that while the growth of semiconductor production in China has fallen short of earlier expectations it is still impressive and today it represents 12 of the worldwide industry But the production consumption gap continues to grow despite the Chinese government s efforts to contain it via incentives and investments This gap represents an unparalleled market opportunity for Chinese and multinational companies alike Going forward it is clear China will continue to expand its role in the semiconductor industry beyond leadership in consumption The next ten years are likely to witness an accelerated growth in semiconductor manufacturing and a new breed of semiconductor companies competing for leadership in the global industry Ten years is a long time particularly in the rapidly changing technology industry and many factors go into an industry s growth rate and prospects For this reason over the years we ve expanded our report to include an analysis of semiconductor patents and IPO

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