Korean manufacturers are a bit low. Samsung or the semiconductor throne
According to a recent report, Korean manufacturers such as Samsung Electronics of South Korea have experienced a decline in the high-tech fields such as semiconductors and televisions in the "main commodity and service market survey" in 2018.
According to Taiwan’s Yuheng.com reported on July 9, Korean companies are mostly export-oriented, and their performance is vulnerable to foreign economic conditions. Coupled with Japan’s export restrictions on South Korea, various variables have also allowed for greater changes in 2019.
According to the 2018 "Main commodity and service market share survey" made by the Nikkei, South Korea won the first of five projects in the global market share of all 74 items, and two items were reduced compared to 2017.
In terms of VR headsets, since Samsung canceled the strategy of purchasing VR glasses from the company's smartphones, Sony's market share in 2018 increased by 3.7% to 24%, ranking first; Samsung was down 23.3%. 8.4%, fell to fourth place.
At present, in the semiconductor industry, it is rumored that "Samsung's memory inventory has reached three months, which is three times the usual."
According to the report, Samsung’s initial financial report released on July 5 showed that in the 2019 consolidated accounts of 2019, operating profit decreased by 56%.
South Korea's investment securities said that the average price of DRAM in Q2 in 2019 fell by nearly 50% compared with the same period of last year, and the unit price is expected to continue to fall to the end of the year. The global semiconductor throne that Samsung won from Intel in 2017 is also likely to be retaken by Intel in 2019.