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Changes in Global LED Patterns New Trends in Overseas Markets

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Brazil has always been an important overseas market for the export of LED lighting products in China. In the first half of 2017, China’s export of LED lighting products reached 146 million U.S.
Brazil has always been an important overseas market for the export of LED lighting products in China. In the first half of 2017, China’s export of LED lighting products reached 146 million U.S. dollars, an increase of 137.42% year-on-year, ranking tenth in China’s LED export destination countries. From the point of view of the product type, LED bulbs have the largest export value, reaching US$ 510 million, which exceeds the unspecified lamps. Followed by tube lights, spot lights, flat lights and down lights. In the first half of 2017, there were 702 Chinese enterprises exporting to Brazil, of which the total exports of the top 30 companies accounted for 60% of the total, and the top ten companies accounted for more than 30%. Thanks to the promotion of LED lighting products by the Brazilian government and local governments, according to TechSciResearch, the Brazilian LED market demand in 2016 was US$848 million, and it is expected to grow to US$2.562 billion by 2022, achieving a compound annual growth rate of 20.25%. Brazil's LED supply in 2016 was US$988 million, and it is expected to grow to US$2.726 billion by 2022, with a compound annual growth rate of 18.55%. As the government and local authorities devoted themselves to the promotion of LED lighting product solutions, and was affected by the hosting of the Olympic Games and the World Cup, outdoor lighting occupied the largest market share in Brazil's LED demand market, accounting for 33.2% of the market share in 2016. With the increase of adoption rate of LED lighting in smart cities and other housing construction projects, from the perspective of China’s export of LED products in Brazil in 2017, indoor lighting has the largest share of bulb lamps, and it is expected that the application of indoor LED lighting products will further expand. .
 
U.S. Initiates "301" Investigation, China's LED Industry Has Shocked
On the afternoon of the 14th, U.S. President Trump signed an administrative memorandum at the White House, instructing U.S. Trade Representative Lite Shizzle to initiate investigations on the so-called “unfair trade practices in China” to ensure that U.S. intellectual property and technology are protected. The so-called investigation is based on Article 301 of the U.S. Trade Law of 1974, also known as “Investigating 301”, which allows U.S. trade representatives to investigate unreasonable or unfair trade practices in other countries and may recommend U.S. The president imposed unilateral sanctions such as levying tariffs.
The European and American markets have always been the key areas for international competition in the LED display industry. Once the trade friction between China and the United States intensifies, the domestic LED display industry will inevitably cause great turmoil, especially in the "301 investigation" for intellectual property protection. This item, compared to some LED screen enterprises in the United States, although it may be the leading domestic LED display technology, but many domestic screen enterprises in the "intellectual property" registration is still a "rookie" level, in this regard Hard to hit hard, domestic screen companies are in a weak position. On the other hand, in recent years, domestic screen makers have been aggressively expanding overseas markets. High-end international markets such as Europe and the United States have been slow to develop, and now they have no trade barriers, which undoubtedly worsens the situation.
 
India: 2019 or the world's first 100% LED lamp country
Indian Power, Coal, New Energy and Renewable Energy Minister Piyush Goyal said on Wednesday that by 2019, India could become the first country in the world to use only LED products for lighting needs. He said: “India by 2019 may be the first country in the world to use LED lighting for 100%.” Goyal was held at Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) in India and three state-owned oil marketing companies (OMCs). The memorandum signing ceremony at this time made this speech.