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The emergence of red supply chain in China has been exerting
increasing pressure on existing players in the high-tech sector,
including Taiwanese companies. While some predict Taiwan's IT industry
will be replaced soon, others are confident in Taiwanese companies'
ability to sustain lead with smart manufacturing technologies. This
report provides an overview of China's red supply chain and driving
factors behind its emergence; looks closely at its impacts on the global
PC, smartphone, and tablet supply chains and provides insights on how
to respond to such threat in the long run by identifying several
Table of Contents1. What is Red Supply Chain2. Rise of Red Supply Chain and Its Threats2.1 Contributing Factors to Red Supply Chain Formation3. How Taiwan View the Rise of Red Supply Chain4. Countermeasures4.1 Strategy I: Keeping Technological Lead4.1.1 Accelerated Production4.1.2 Differentiated Technology4.1.3 Product Customization4.2 Strategy II: Developing Key IoT Applications4.2.1 Extending Value Activities to System Integration and Smart Services4.2.2 Stimulating Innovation Strength by Effectively Utilizing the Resources4.3 Strategy III: Empowering Taiwan with Smart Manufacturing Technologies4.3.1 Encouraging Taiwanese firms to Bring Production Lines Back to Taiwan4.3.2 Establishing a New Design and Manufacturing Service Center5. ConclusionAppendixGlossary of TermsList of CompaniesList of Topics- Overview of the red supply chain and its contributing factors-
Global notebook PC, desktop PC and tablet market share by branded
vendor for the period 2012-2015 and highlights Chinese brands that are
on an upward growth trajectory- Outline of major Chinese companies
who manufacture key components for use in low-cost tablets, including
application processors, panels/touch panels, lens and modules, memory
modules and battery cells- Outline of major Chinese companies who
manufacture key components for use in smartphones and tablets, including
touch panels, battery cells, chassis, and others- Analysis of how Taiwan views the rise of red supply chain and includes several countermeasuresList of TablesTable 1: Foreign Companies Suspected to Violate China's Anti-Monopoly LawList of FiguresFigure 1: Global Notebook PC Market Share by Branded Vendor, 2012-2015Figure 2: Global Desktop PC Market Share by Branded Vendor, 2012-2015Figure 3: Global Tablet Market Share by Branded Vendor, 2012-2015Figure 4: Growing Importance of Chinese Players in Global PC Supply ChainFigure 5: Chinese Suppliers' Stance in Smart Handheld DevicesFigure 6: Chinese Suppliers' Stance in Branded Low-cost Tablets