In 2004 when we published our first report on China’s impact on the semiconductor industry, we were responding to our clients’ concerns that China’s growing semiconductor production would cause over-capacity in the global market. Today, a decade later, it is not China’s semiconductor production that’s the story, but rather its semiconductor consumption. In fact, in 2013, China’s semiconductor consumption market grew by 10.1% (more than double the worldwide market growth of 4.8%) to reach a new record of 55.6% of the global market.
On Friday 27 February, we hosted our second global webcast focused on the question, ‘What would you do if you were not afraid?’.
You want to develop language skills, enjoy the taste of exotic cultures or experience life in a new dynamic city. Maybe you want to see how businesses operate in a different country. And are you hungry to develop the skill sets that will provide a passport to superb career opportunities in a truly global network?