China Computer Market Profile15 Mar 2011 • by Natalie Aster
The report “China Computer Market Profile” by Beijing Zeefer Consulting Ltd. analyzes the computer market share distribution in China by segments based on enterprises nature (leading enterprises, foreign enterprises, state-owned and private enterprises) and regional markets in China in terms of sale revenue, profitability, production volume, number of enterprises and the value of imports.
The report offers data on the market shares of foreign enterprises and enterprises in other forms. It also offers a comparison of profitability by forms of enterprise ownership, presents a picture of the market share of leading enterprises and the distribution of major regional markets in China. In addition, the report figures out the structure and concentration ratio of the current computer market in China by means of Bain's Market Structure Classification and Index of CR4.
China Computer Market Profile
Published: February 2011
Price: US$ 680.00
In 2009, among the 166 computer body mfg. enterprise above designated size across China, 81 are foreign enterprises, accounting for about a share of 48.8% of all. In terms of the number of enterprises, there were 18 foreign enterprises less than that in 2008, while a decline of 4.72% in terms of the percentage that in 2008.
| Percentage of foreign enterprises
in terms of the number of
enterprises in 2009
| Changes in the persentage of
numbers of foreign-funded
In terms of the number of enterprises, foreign-funded enterprises and private enterprises are two major types of ownership in the computer body mfg. sector across China. Since 2007, the collective market share of these two classes has always been above 70%. Over the past three years of 2007-2009, the number of foreign computer body mfg. enterprises had showed a relatively stable trend at a compound annual growth rate of -4.6%, which is lower than the industry-wide rate of -1.76%. As a result, the percentage of foreign computer body mfg. enterprises in terms of total number of enterprises suffered a decline of 2.95% over the past 3 years.
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