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Connector industry’s sales declined -2.7%

Last year, the connector industry’s sales declined -2.7%, writes market researcher Bishop & Associates in its newest report.
"The ROW region exhibited the greatest decline, with a year-over-year sales decrease of -11.0%, followed by Europe with a year-over-year decline of -10.9%. North America exhibited the greatest growth, with connector sales expanding 3.4%, followed by Japan with year-over-year connector sales growth of +2.6%", the report states.

Region20112012Percent Change
North AmericaUSD 9,214.3USD 9,531.03.4%
EuropeUSD 11,127.7USD 9,919.5-10.9%
JapanUSD 6,240.2USD 6,400.02.6%
ChinaUSD 11,743.1USD 11,443.8-2.5%
Asia-PacificUSD 7,522.6USD 7,579.10.8%
ROWUSD 3,074.9USD 2,736.5-11.0%
TotalUSD 48,923.0USD 47,609.9-2.7%

* in USD million
Source for the report: Bishop & Associates


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