Japan Finance – Aisa Net http://aisa-net.com/ Sun, 09 Jan 2022 03:22:13 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://aisa-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/aisa-net-icon-150x150.png Japan Finance – Aisa Net http://aisa-net.com/ 32 32 Kyogo, Japanese Celtic teammates could raise millions as football finance expert explains benefits of ‘tracking’ https://aisa-net.com/kyogo-japanese-celtic-teammates-could-raise-millions-as-football-finance-expert-explains-benefits-of-tracking/ Sat, 08 Jan 2022 21:37:03 +0000 https://aisa-net.com/kyogo-japanese-celtic-teammates-could-raise-millions-as-football-finance-expert-explains-benefits-of-tracking/

A football finance expert has explained how Celtic’s Japanese contingent could bring in millions for the club.

Reo Hatate, Yosuke Ideguchi and Daize Maeda joined Kyogo Furuhashi at Parkhead this week after becoming the latest J-League Angel Postecogloou captures.

While the quarter will be primarily judged by their performances on the pitch, Dr Rob Wilson believes they could generate an increase in income off the pitch as well after signing for the Hoops.

Wilson, a football finance expert at Sheffield Hallam University, expects a rapid increase in the number of Japanese fans who are keenly interested in Celtic’s fortunes following their recruitment.

Shunsuke Nakamura sparked enormous interest in his homeland when he helped Parkhead Club succeed in the mid-2000s.

And Wilson believes the club could see that quadruple with increased demand for Premiership matches being broadcast live in Asia to follow the fortunes of Kyogo, Maeda, Idegushi and Hatate.

“There is a tangible advantage for Scottish football, not just for Celtic, because you will see the demand for broadcast rights increase in Japan because they will want to see these players play,” he told the Scottish Sun .

“This will be of interest to the Japanese broadcast market at large.

“When these players move, especially to a club, it creates an increase in ‘follow-up’ and demand for the team’s products.

“For Celtic this will open up a new market and provide an important source of income to support the club’s income. I would say it would be in the millions of pounds.

“There will be a huge attraction for Celtic. “

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Live News: Eurozone inflation hits record 5% https://aisa-net.com/live-news-eurozone-inflation-hits-record-5/ Fri, 07 Jan 2022 10:48:12 +0000 https://aisa-net.com/live-news-eurozone-inflation-hits-record-5/

Britain’s richest 10% own nearly half of all the country’s wealth, according to pre-pandemic data, even as inequality has remained stable for the 14 years leading up to March 2020.

A tenth of households held 43% between April 2018 and March 2020, data from the Office for National Statistics showed on Friday, which revealed huge differences between income groups, ages and regions.

In contrast, the bottom half of the population held 9 percent. Wealth inequalities measured by the Gini coefficient, however, remained stable over the 14-year period, the ONS announced on Friday.

The figures are the most comprehensive set of data on the distribution of wealth, but exclude the period of the pandemic, when total wealth, separate data from the ONS showed.

The richest 1% of households hold more than £ 3.6million, compared to £ 15,400 or less for the bottom 10%.

There were striking differences in age, with the median wealth of those aged 55 below the statutory retirement age being around 25 times that of those aged 16 to 24.

The upper region was the South East, which has seen one of the fastest increases in average wealth since 2006. Its median wealth of £ 503,400 was about three times that of the North East, at £ 168,500. , the region with the lowest wealth. .

London has an average of £ 340,300, reflecting the lowest home ownership rate in the country, low participation in private pensions and declining median wealth in the last period. Still, he owns 15 percent of the wealth, possibly due to his higher real estate values.

The Gini coefficients, which measure inequalities, showed that London was the region with the most unequal distribution.

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Celtic chefs have “another program”, the Japanese trio is about to open its doors https://aisa-net.com/celtic-chefs-have-another-program-the-japanese-trio-is-about-to-open-its-doors/ Wed, 05 Jan 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://aisa-net.com/celtic-chefs-have-another-program-the-japanese-trio-is-about-to-open-its-doors/

The trio of Japanese players who just signed by Ange Postecoglou will “open doors” for Celtic in potentially lucrative East Asian markets.

This is what financial expert Dr Dan Plumley said, speaking exclusively to Football initiate on offers from Reo Hatate, Yosuke Ideguchi and Daizen Maeda.

Celtic confirmed last Saturday (December 31) that the utility player, striker and midfielder have all signed teams from the J1 League.

Hatate and Ideguchi signed four-and-a-half-year contracts, while Maeda signed a loan-to-buy agreement.

Plumley predicted the trio would raise the profile of the Endless Hoops in Japan.

“It’s interesting that they just bought three Japanese players”, the University of Sheffield Hallam expert said Football initiateis Adam Williams.

“It could benefit Celtic if we look at the bigger picture. This opens the doors to a wider fan base and interest in Celtic in Japan will increase as a result.

As much as they will benefit Celtic on the pitch, there is another agenda for that sort of thing.

“They come with a good track record and great comments about them too.

“Everyone has to pull in the same direction. You imagine that this was thought out well in advance before embarking on this path.

Postecoglou said Michael Nicholson was the “driving force” behind the deals, according to the Daily Record last Tuesday (December 28).

Nicholson was confirmed as CEO of Parkhead last month (December 23) after assuming his interim role following the shocking exit of Dominic McKay.

In other news, a medical expert fears “serious damage” to Celtic star David Turnbull after a “third year” muscle tear.

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Herbal Medicine Market Size To Increase By USD 39.52 Billion | 42% growth from Asia https://aisa-net.com/herbal-medicine-market-size-to-increase-by-usd-39-52-billion-42-growth-from-asia/ Mon, 03 Jan 2022 07:05:32 +0000 https://aisa-net.com/herbal-medicine-market-size-to-increase-by-usd-39-52-billion-42-growth-from-asia/

NEW YORK, January 3, 2022 / PRNewswire / – The global phytotherapy market observes a substantial growth of Asia. Countries such as China, Japan, and India are emerging as potential markets for herbal medicines. Millennials in the region have a significant demand for health food and nutrition products. In addition, the increase in the number of self-reliant clients who rely on the Internet for information on balanced diet and nutrition is leading to a shift in medical diagnoses and treatments towards the consumption of herbal medicines. Additionally, the proliferation of retail stores that sell herbal medicines creates new growth opportunities for market players.

The latest market research report titled Herbal Medicine Market was announced by Technavio, which has proudly partnered with Fortune 500 companies for over 16 years.

Technavio expects the global herbal medicine market to grow by $ 39.52 billion between 2021 and 2026, progressing at a CAGR of 6.69% during the forecast period.

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The Herbal Medicine Market report covers key trends, major growth drivers, and challenges impacting the overall market growth. The immunostimulatory properties of herbal medicine are expected to positively impact the growth of the herbal medicine market during the forecast period. Many herbs are hostile to pathogens. This makes herbal remedies effective in combating various germs including viruses, bacteria, worms, and insects. Several studies by researchers around the world have proven that herbal remedies are effective in improving the immune system and reducing the chances of developing various diseases and medical conditions. This, coupled with a growing awareness, is promoting the growth of the market.

Technavio analyzes the market by product (capsules and tablets, powders, extracts, syrups, and others) and by geography (Asia, North America, Europe, and MEA).

By product, capsules and tablets represented the maximum sales in the market in 2021. They are safe, available at low cost and can be easily administered. Market growth in the segment is expected to be significant during the forecast period.

By geography, Asia will experience maximum growth. The region currently holds 42% of the global market share. The market will grow faster in Asia than in other regions.

This report presents a detailed picture of the market through study, synthesis, and summation of data from multiple sources through analysis of key parameters.

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Companies mentioned

  • Arizona Natural Products

  • Arkopharma Laboratories

  • Bio Botanica inc.

  • Blackmores Ltd.

  • Dabur India Ltd.

  • Himalaya Global Holdings Ltd.

  • Hishimo Pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ltd.

  • Ricola Ltd.

  • Schaper and Brummer GmbH and Co. KG

  • ZeinPharma Germany GmbH

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2021

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$ 39.52 billion

Market structure

Fragmented

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6.01

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Asia, North America, Europe and MEA

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Asia at 42%

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Will Biden’s foreign policy failures in 2021 reverberate in 2022? https://aisa-net.com/will-bidens-foreign-policy-failures-in-2021-reverberate-in-2022/ Sat, 01 Jan 2022 13:00:08 +0000 https://aisa-net.com/will-bidens-foreign-policy-failures-in-2021-reverberate-in-2022/

From a national security perspective, Americans won’t fondly remember 2021. Self-inflicted injuries, delusional political goals, underestimated strategic threats, and powerlessness in the face of immediate threats unfortunately characterized the Biden administration’s approach.

Good news was scarce. But continuing a 61-year bipartisan tradition, Congress this year passed the $ 768 billion National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), $ 25 billion more than the president’s request. Of course, we still need a comparable, annual supply bill to avoid limping with continued underfunded resolutions. We must also overcome president obamaBarack Hussein Obama Roberts calls for judicial independence in year-end report 2021 brought security concerns – and the worst could happen in 2022 The 9 politicians who had the most impact in 2021 MOREeight years of insufficient resources and rising inflation, which is eroding this year’s small increase. As it could be worse, just passing the NDAA deserves a celebration.

As for the bad news, America’s withdrawal from Afghanistan has been a strategic debacle, a national embarrassment, a continuing catastrophe for the Afghan people, a tonic for our adversaries, and a depressing for our friends. Both Presidents Biden and Trump contributed to this blunder. While much of the global humiliation of the failed execution of the decision, watched live by hundreds of millions of people, rests with Biden, Trump’s indefensible deal with the Taliban meant the tragedy would likely have unfolded. in the same way under either president.

White House sources anonymously hoped Americans would forget much of the shame and sadness. Unfortunately, however, the hits keep coming. The White House recognized only months after its withdrawal that ISIS was capable of launching terrorist attacks against the United States in 6 to 12 months and against al-Qaeda in 12 to 24 months.

In early December, the CENTCOM commander reluctantly admitted that, contrary to Taliban pledges and assurances from the Biden administration, al Qaeda support had “probably increased slightly” and that “we should expect a resurgence. ISIS ”in Afghanistan. Hundreds of American citizens and over 60,000 Afghans who worked with America (not counting their families) are still seeking asylum. A humanitarian catastrophe is looming.

Finally, the media report a large influx of Pakistani sympathizers in Afghanistan to join the Taliban, inevitably increasing the risks that Pakistan and its substantial stockpile of nuclear weapons will also fall into the hands of terrorists.

Speaking of nuclear proliferation failures, Iran and North Korea have stood out in 2021. Since his inauguration, Biden has abjectly begged Iran to revitalize the 2015 nuclear deal. Leaving aside the fact that the deal itself is hopelessly flawed, and even assuming, contrary to the facts, that Iran has strictly complied with its terms, Biden has hopelessly wasted nearly a full year chasing an illusion.

Of course, Tehran wants to free itself from American economic pressure, as does Pyongyang, but neither wants it enough to make the strategic decision to abandon the pursuit of deliverable nuclear weapons.

Biden seems unable to absorb this point. After a year of frenzied diplomacy and public optimism for Iran, and a year of frenzied doing nothing for North Korea, the outcome in both cases is identical. Tehran and Pyongyang are a year away from perfecting their nuclear and ballistic missile technology, and North Korea may be hypersonic cruise missiles. Time is always an asset for the proliferator, necessary to overcome the complex scientific and technological obstacles to become a nuclear weapon state. Iran and North Korea have both made good use of 2021. The United States has stood idly by.

Ahead of Christmas, the media once again speculated on a US-Israeli “plan B” involving the use of force to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons, presumably well above sabotage and disruption. level already inflicted on Tehran. Whether Israel is willing to use military force depends on its uneasy governing coalition, which clearly has the will to stay in power despite widespread political differences.

Some members of the coalition seem unlikely to favor a pre-emptive force against Iran, although Israel faces what former Prime Minister Ariel Sharon called a possible “nuclear holocaust” launched by Tehran. As for America, its rhetorical and real deterrent capacities seem less convincing than ever. Iran likely thinks it can challenge the United States without consequences for at least three years. Israel must act accordingly.

Which brings us to Russia and China, who seem to believe they never lost parity with the United States or have now achieved it. Russian president Vladimir PoutineVladimir Vladimirovich Putin Biden to meet with Ukrainian President Biden warns Putin of “tough sanctions” if Russia invades Ukraine Really targeted economic sanctions could work with Putin MORE had lengthy discussions with Biden, including three hours in person on June 17 in Geneva. By then, Biden had already agreed to a free five-year extension of the highly flawed New START nuclear arms deal, wasting significant diplomatic influence, since Putin had previously been willing to agree to a one-year hike. .

Moreover, rumor had it that Biden was ready to admit that the Nord Stream 2 pipeline was so close to completion that the United States would no longer try to shut it down; an agreement with Germany to this effect was announced just a month after Geneva.

After the summit, Biden said that “all foreign policy is a logical extension of personal relationships.” Amtrak Joe, like Donald Trump, may believe that foreign policy is about personal relationships, but Putin knows it’s about power, determination and reason of state.

Putin marked his man, and problems await him very soon in Ukraine. Biden’s reaction to the Kremlin’s pressure has been quite predictable: strong rhetoric about Russian belligerence, reflections on the importance of NATO, threats of economic sanctions and nothing else. Moscow has heard it all before and reacted by formally annexing Crimea and gaining effective control over substantial parts of eastern Ukraine.

If Biden has nothing new or different to offer, the crisis for Ukraine and the other former USSR republics left in the “gray zone” between NATO and Russia will only get worse. in 2022. The risk of a Russian military incursion has not diminished by the end of 2021.

Meanwhile, Beijing’s growing strategic threat should be paramount to Washington. Biden’s lack of a goal on China is therefore not only embarrassing, but dangerous. His lack of direction has one of two causes. Either he does not understand the enormous scope of the Chinese threat, which covers the entire spectrum of economic and politico-military affairs (which would be bad enough), or he is holding back, desperately hoping for Chinese cooperation on issues of change. climate (which would be even worse).

While Biden hasn’t spoken definitively, at least some of his diplomacy is constructive. He strengthened the all-new India-Japan-Australia-US Quad, hosting its first in-person summit and advancing a potentially critical strategic partnership. He accepted the joint Australia-UK-US effort to deliver nuclear-powered submarines to Australia, a major step forward in Allied military cooperation. And, mirroring a deal between the United States and Palau in 2020, the United States, Australia, and Japan have agreed to fund submarine communications cables to three Pacific island states, thwarting relentless efforts to China to expand its influence.

That these agreements are only sui generis or form parts of a long-term strategy that are urgently needed. But they clearly do not address more pressing Indo-Pacific issues. Despite the difficult 2020 campaign talks on China, which was popular across the U.S. political spectrum, Biden’s concrete follow-up was noticeably lacking, especially when it came to Taiwan.

The Afghan pullout and Biden’s focus on climate change echo ominously in Taipei as signals of Washington’s willingness to abandon Taiwan or trade it for something Biden deems more useful. Throughout the Indo-Pacific, Taiwan is seen as a synecdoche for regional security. If China wins there, either militarily or diplomatically, America’s position in this vast region will be irreparably weakened.

America is ending 2021 in the wrong direction on national security. On this record, and given the growing challenges globally, 2022 could be truly bleak.

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Global Cloud Managed Services Market Key Players, Impact Analysis and Covid-19 Size Expected to Increase USD 139.4 Billion by 2026 https://aisa-net.com/global-cloud-managed-services-market-key-players-impact-analysis-and-covid-19-size-expected-to-increase-usd-139-4-billion-by-2026/ Wed, 29 Dec 2021 05:33:38 +0000 https://aisa-net.com/global-cloud-managed-services-market-key-players-impact-analysis-and-covid-19-size-expected-to-increase-usd-139-4-billion-by-2026/

PUNE, India, December 29, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Cloud Managed Services Market the size should go from $ 86.1 billion in 2021 to $ 139.4 billion by 2026, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.1% over the forecast period. Managed cloud services are rapidly gaining acceptance across the world by large enterprises and SMEs due to a variety of benefits including increasing digitization and the emerging trend of workplace transformation, lower costs, efficient collaborations and reduced time to market new products.

The managed communication and collaboration services segment is expected to grow at a higher rate during the forecast period.

The report profiles the following key vendors:

IBM (United States), Ericsson (Sweden), AWS (United States), Cisco (United States), Infosys (India), NTT DATA (Japan), Fujitsu (Japan), Accent (Ireland), HPE (United States), NEC (Japan), Atos (France), Alcatel-Lucent (France), TCS (India), Wipro (India), Rackspace (United States), Datacom (New Zealand), Huawei (China), Cloudiness (Washington), Connectria (United States), DLT Solutions (United States), Sirius Compture Solutions (United States).

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Communication and collaboration play a crucial role in any organization; they help employees improve their efficiency and improve team collaboration. It is not a single tool or product, but a set of solutions that organizations implement to ensure that all of their technologies work together, smoothly and securely, for collaboration in time. almost real. It consists of a variety of communication tools, such as voice, IP phone calls, instant messaging, desktop sharing, telepresence and web conferencing, audio conferencing and video conferencing, to interact together. practically seamlessly.

To increase business productivity and maintain a competitive edge in the marketplace, SMEs are adopting cloud-managed services at a higher rate

Organizations with an employee range of 1 and 999 are classified as SMEs. These companies face a greater scarcity of resources than large companies and need better methods of solving complex problems in order to better optimize the costs of their business processes. With the growing number of SMEs around the world, the need for managed services is also increasing. Cloud services have become the central part of the business process due to their flexibility and ease of use and are expected to grow in the years to come. Security, compliance, and reduced downtime are some of the key benefits SMBs benefit from adopting managed services.

Vertical sector of retail and consumer goods industry is expected to grow at the highest rate during the forecast period

The retail sector is one of the fastest growing verticals due to the increasing purchasing power of consumers; thus, the vertical attracts large companies from all over the world. Growing trends in mobile data consumption and increased use of smartphones and tablets in countries have paved the way for increased demand for mobility solutions in the retail industry. Consumer goods companies, from beverages to cosmetics, are evaluating their future approach to the business model.

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North America dominate the cloud services market in 2021

North America has been an extremely open and competitive market in terms of adopting cloud managed service solutions across all verticals, such as healthcare, IT and manufacturing. It is the region that has adopted cloud managed services the most. It has been extremely responsive to embrace the latest technological advancements, such as integration technologies with AI, cloud, and mobile technologies within traditional cloud managed services. Higher internet penetration is a major driver for cloud application adoption. The growing adoption of the recurring revenue model. North America is expected to increase adoption of managed services by businesses. However, service providers focused on customer engagement would benefit more from the recurring revenue model.

In the process of determining and verifying the market size for several segments and sub-segments gathered through secondary research, in-depth primary interviews were conducted with key individuals. The breakdown of the profiles of the main participants is as follows:

  • By type of business: Level I: 42%, Level II: 24% and Level III: 34%

  • By designation: C-Level: 28%, D-Level: 38% and Others: 34%

  • By region: North America: 41%, Europe: 22%, APAC: 19%, Row: 18%

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The global cloud managed services market has been segmented by service types, organization size, vertical, and region. Cloud Managed Services market is sub-segmented by service types including Managed Business Services, Managed Network Services, Managed Security Services, Managed Infrastructure Services, Managed Mobility Services, Services communication and collaboration management. Based on the size of the organization, the market is categorized into SMEs and Large Enterprises. Vertical industries considered in the study include government, banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI), telecommunications, retail and consumer goods, healthcare and life sciences. , manufacturing, computing, energy and utilities and others (energy and utilities, computing, media, entertainment and education). By region, the market is studied through North America, Europe, APAC, MEA and Latin America.

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Automotive Antenna Modules Market Growth $ 525.67 Million: By Vehicle Type, Frequency Range & Geography | Forecast and analysis 2021-2025 https://aisa-net.com/automotive-antenna-modules-market-growth-525-67-million-by-vehicle-type-frequency-range-geography-forecast-and-analysis-2021-2025/ Sat, 25 Dec 2021 00:04:46 +0000 https://aisa-net.com/automotive-antenna-modules-market-growth-525-67-million-by-vehicle-type-frequency-range-geography-forecast-and-analysis-2021-2025/

NEW YORK, December 24, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Automotive Antenna Modules Market Overview –

Attractive Opportunities in Automotive Antenna Modules Market by Vehicle Type, Frequency Range and Geography – Forecast and Analysis 2021-2025

  • Total pages: 120

  • Companies: 10+ – Including Amphenol Corp., ANTONICS-ICP GmbH, Continental AG, HARADA INDUSTRY Co. Ltd., Kymeta Corp., Laird Plc, Lorom Industrial Co. Ltd., Schaffner Holding AG, Taoglas Group Holdings Ltd. and TE Connectivity Ltd among others.

  • Blanket: Main drivers, trends and challenges; Product information and news; Value chain analysis; Parents market analysis; Supplier landscape; COVID impact and recovery analysis

  • Segments: Type (passenger cars and commercial vehicles) and frequency range (mid-range, high-range and low-range)

  • Geographies: APAC (China and Japan), Europe (Germany, France, and United Kingdom), North America (WE), South America, and MEA

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According to the recent Technavio market study, the Automotive Antenna Modules Market Share in Automotive Parts and Equipment Industry is expected to increase by $ 525.67 million from 2020 to 2025, with an accelerated CAGR of 8%. The report provides detailed analysis of drivers and opportunities, top winning strategies, competitive scenario, future market trends, market size and estimates, and major pockets of investment.

North America will register the highest growth rate of 40% among other regions. The United States is the key market for the automotive antenna module. In addition, the growth of the market in North America will be faster than market growth in other regions.

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The Automotive Antenna Modules market is fragmented and vendors are deploying organic and inorganic growth strategies to compete in the market.

  • Continental SA – In January 2019, the company collaborated with the German start-up Automotive Artificial Intelligence to improve its approach to the virtual development of its automated driving technology

  • Schaffner Holding AG – In november 2019, the company has introduced extensions for the eco sine Evo line 50 Hz passive harmonic filter series

  • Amphenol Corp. – In July 2019, the company inaugurated a new factory in New Messa, Arizona (WE).

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Regional market outlook
The automotive antenna modules market in North America is expected to generate significant business opportunities for suppliers during the forecast period. The United States is the key market for automotive antenna modules in North America. The market growth in this region will be faster than the market growth in the regions.

Strong demand for automobiles in the United States will facilitate the growth of the automotive antenna modules market in North America over the forecast period.

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Latest drivers and trends driving the market –

The global automotive market is witnessing an increase in the adoption of connectivity technologies for increased convenience through connected infotainment and navigation systems. The increasing penetration of connectivity in cars is driving the global automotive antenna module market. Remote diagnostics is seeing increasing adoption in vehicles and will be crucial for the adoption of automotive antennas in mid-segment cars during the forecast period. More than half of vehicles in the United States are equipped with remote diagnostics, and the adoption rate of these is expected to increase further over the forecast period. The demand for luxury cars in emerging markets such as China increases due to the increase in average disposable income. Connected technology is also gaining ground in mid-segment vehicles, which will increase the sales volume of automotive antenna modules.

Another major factor supporting the growth in automotive antenna modules market share is the growing popularity of V2X cellular technologies. The adoption of Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) technology has its origins in the 802.11p standards of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). Short Range Dedicated Communication (DSRC) is widely adopted in the world for V2X communication. However, cellular connectivity technology is being tested in the V2X market due to the larger presence of the cellular network. Developments in 4G LTE and 5G wireless technology help to test and adopt V2X cellular communication. With the adoption of 4G LTE for connectivity in few regions, C-V2X technologies for connectivity are said to have a positive impact on the global automotive antenna modules market in the near future.

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Scope of Automotive Antenna Modules Market

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Page number

120

Year of reference

2020

Forecast period

2021-2025

Growth dynamics and CAGR

Accelerate to an 8% CAGR

Market growth 2021-2025

$ 525.67 million

Market structure

Fragmented

Annual growth (%)

6.32

Regional analysis

North America, Europe, APAC, South America and MEA

Efficient contribution to the market

North America at 40%

Main consumer countries

United States, Germany, France, China, Japan and United Kingdom

Competitive landscape

Leading companies, competitive strategies, reach of consumer engagement

Profiled companies

Amphenol Corp., ANTONICS-ICP GmbH, Continental AG, HARADA INDUSTRY Co. Ltd., Kymeta Corp., Laird Plc, Lorom Industrial Co. Ltd., Schaffner Holding AG, Taoglas Group Holdings Ltd. and TE Connectivity Ltd.

Market dynamics

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Turkish Erdogan loses support where he can least afford it https://aisa-net.com/turkish-erdogan-loses-support-where-he-can-least-afford-it/ Sat, 18 Dec 2021 07:10:20 +0000 https://aisa-net.com/turkish-erdogan-loses-support-where-he-can-least-afford-it/

The anger sweeping the highways connecting the Turkish leader’s humble hometown to its lavish accommodations in Ankara’s presidential palace sends a red warning code to Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Tea growers, fishermen, small retailers, cafe staff and gas station attendants – some of the generally low-paid Turks and laborers who have formed the backbone of Erdogan’s support over his two decades at the top of Turkish politics – abandon the ruling party as the cost of living rises.

An 800-kilometer journey this month along Turkey’s Black Sea coast and its conservative hinterland has shown how many are losing faith. Opposition parties control major cities, which means Erdogan and his AKP party must hold traditional strongholds to stay in power in the 2023 election.

They have 18 months to convince disillusioned and hesitant voters like Sahap Kardesler.

Coming out of a butcher’s shop in Iyidere, the 66-year-old retiree had used the credit to buy enough meat for several months. “I may not be able to afford it later,” he explained. “We don’t even know what the price will be in an hour.”

With his popularity declining amid the hardships brought on by the pandemic, Erdogan forced Turkey to embark on a high-risk economic experiment. He relied on the central bank to lower the cost of borrowing in search of the sunny highlands for more investment and better jobs, and lambasted the power wielded by global finance.

This is his version of the export-led path to wealth followed in the past by some Asian countries. Yet for now, the president’s divergence from the orthodox economy leaves people poorer – wiping out more than 50% of the value of the lira this year and causing prices to skyrocket.

Serving tea in his small café in Iyidere, Selahattin Mete relies on his business acumen to accuse the president of being naïve.

“You can’t say ‘I don’t accept interest rates’ when your economy is deeply connected to the rest of the world,” he said. Still loyal to Erdogan, Mete, 51, has had enough of the president’s Islamic Development and Justice Party, or AKP.

“They look down on us,” he says. “At first he was one of us, ordinary people. Now they live in luxury.

It’s a complaint heard regularly in what are supposed to be AKP strongholds.

Iyidere is in Rize province, where Erdogan’s father lived until he went to work in Istanbul and where the president spent part of his childhood.

This personal connection means that many here refrain from directly criticizing Erdogan, who first as prime minister and, since 2018, as president with broad executive powers, supported the construction of highways, hospitals. and ports – including one under construction near Iyidere – to rise to high-rise provinces. More than 800 pairs of presidential scissors used to cut the opening ceremony ribbons are on display in Ankara.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced that the net minimum wage would be increased by 50% from next year on Thursday in Ankara. | AFP-JIJI

But members of the presidential party are accused of cronyism and extravagant lifestyles that have left them out of touch.

In a recent example, Treasury and Finance Minister Nureddin Nebati was criticized for comments about the economy that seemed insensitive.

“You have a salary. What would you lose at most? You will be crushed by inflation, ”said Nebati, whose family owns a chain of textile stores. “But I’m going to lose all of my assets if that doesn’t work. We have a thousand employees.

Turkey’s central bank intervened in foreign exchange markets again on Friday to contain the lira’s fall after it surpassed 17 to the dollar.

Erdogan blamed soaring inflation, which hit 21.3% a year in November, to spikes in world prices as well as local hoarders, and sought to assure voters his government would not give up on them. “As we implement our new economic agenda, we are supporting all segments with supporting programs that will be needed,” he told AKP lawmakers. On Thursday, he announced a 50% increase in the minimum wage for next year.

Not everyone is listening. A November survey by Metropoll showed 26% support for the AKP outside of undecided voters, its lowest level in the party’s 20-year history. This figure drops to 21% in the lowest income segment of society.

Shoulder to shoulder

The president’s job approval hovers around 39%, near the lowest ever in 2015, according to Metropoll. The opposition Nation Alliance was supported by 39.5% of those polled, she said, a fraction of 40% behind the Republican Alliance led by Erdogan. The main pro-Kurdish party, the HDP, is estimated to hold more than 11% of the vote and could potentially support the opposition presidential candidate.

“The biggest concern of voters is clearly inflation,” Nomura Holdings Inc. said. “What is worrying from the palace’s point of view is that it has seen a sharp drop in support” among voters. low income.

The AKP won over 58% of the vote in the Rize Provincial Council in 2019 and 67% in the last legislative elections in 2018. But this solidarity is being tested.

“There is no life for us amid the back-to-back price hikes,” 64-year-old retiree Yildirim Mete said as he enjoyed a walk in the sun. Income from growing tea, the lifeblood of the local economy, has fallen, he said.

In May, Erdogan revived the idea of ​​a multibillion-dollar canal, an alternative to Istanbul’s Bosporus Strait, that would connect the Black Sea to the Sea of ​​Marmara and create thousands of jobs. So far, this is only a proposal as Turkey searches for ways to finance construction.

Permanent work is high on Fatma Nur’s list of goals, but the 21-year-old social work student was serving tables at a nearly empty fish restaurant in the coastal town of Arsin.

“I have voted for the AK party before, but I certainly will not support it in the next election,” Nur said, admitting she was unsure who to support.

With her hair covered in a headscarf, she accused the government of failing to protect Turkish women after activists reported an increase in deadly violence. In March, Turkey withdrew from an international treaty aimed at protecting women, arguing that it went against the country’s religious values.

Nur only had two tables to maintain and further west in Carsibasi, fisherman Osman Akkan, 43, had seen his income plummet as the Turks cut back.

A worker at a fish market in Ankara on Friday |  REUTERS
A worker at a fish market in Ankara on Friday | REUTERS

“I used to sell 80 to 100 kilograms of fish a day, now I can barely sell half of it,” he said. “There is less demand, even for cheap horse mackerel. “

Not everyone was complaining about their luck. A few meters from Akkan’s fish stall, 44-year-old driver Cengiz Kayas was praying on a green carpet next to his newly purchased truck.

“Yes, there is inflation, but there is demand for my services, so I am able to reflect any price increase in my fees,” Kayas said. “If we join forces, we will overcome these economic challenges. I don’t see anyone other than Erdogan ”as a leader.

Still, the mood along the road to Ankara was gloomy. In Ordu, baker Oner Tekin had laid off two employees and was considering closing his store as rapidly rising flour prices were eating into his income. And in Samsun, the largest city on Turkey’s Black Sea coast, Osman Haliloglu had spent a lot to stock enough tires for next year, hoping to be able to sell them competitively.

Gas station worker Okan Orhan said the frustration over the cost of fuel was increasingly evident.

“Many drivers who come here curse the frequent increases in gasoline and diesel prices,” said Orhan, 27, with mutterings such as “Allah break my hands if I vote for the party again. AKP ”.

Discount retailers have more customers than ever before, but even their prices are overtaking women like Ayse Denizci, who was looking for bargains in Delice, near Ankara. She left empty-handed.

Denizci and his family generally vote for the AKP. “But we probably won’t support him anymore,” she said. “The knife cut right down to the bone. We need change.

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Live News: CDC Advisers Vote To Recommend Covid mRNA Vaccines Against J&J Shooting https://aisa-net.com/live-news-cdc-advisers-vote-to-recommend-covid-mrna-vaccines-against-jj-shooting/ Thu, 16 Dec 2021 22:33:22 +0000 https://aisa-net.com/live-news-cdc-advisers-vote-to-recommend-covid-mrna-vaccines-against-jj-shooting/

New York City will distribute 1m KN95 face masks and 500,000 home tests in a bid to curb the accelerated spread of the coronavirus in the five boroughs.

The masks and test kits will be distributed through city testing and tracing services, clinics and community centers, Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Thursday as part of a multi-pronged plan to protect public health as the cold weather approaches and the holiday season approaches.

Dr Dave Chokshi, the city’s health commissioner, told a press conference that the seven-day average of new infections in the city had tripled in the past month (to around 3,700 today) and he expected case rates to continue to rise in the coming days, based on trajectories seen overseas.

The city’s positivity rate, at around 5.07 percent today, has “risen dramatically” over the past two weeks, Chokshi continued. This was “mainly due” to the spread of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus, he said.

The second confirmed case of Omicron in the United States was an individual from Minnesota who traveled to New York in late November to attend an anime convention. Cases linked to the new variant in the city have increased since then, with Chokshi saying the strain accounts for around 13% of new cases in New York City.

The positivity of Covid tests in New York is now “double in three days,” said Dr Jay Varma, senior public health adviser to de Blasio, in a tweet. “Um, we’ve never seen this before at #NYC,” he wrote.

Although case rates and positivity have increased, “we are not seeing a major change in hospitalizations,” de Blasio said. Hospitalizations tend to lag behind case changes, so any potential negative impact on patient admissions that could be directly caused by Omicron can still occur in a matter of weeks.

Among other measures that de Blasio announced the city would take in an effort to curb the increase in cases, there were plans to increase testing capacity by opening new sites and extending the hours of operation of existing sites. . The city is also reportedly doubling down on recalls with an “aggressive media campaign” and expedited inspections and enforcement of mask and vaccine warrants.

“What has worked for us as New Yorkers throughout the fight against Covid is to be aggressive, to be assertive, to take bold action. We have done it and we are going to do it a lot. more because we have to stop this variant, ”said de Blasio.


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Japan’s insurance market to grow by $ 42.62 billion from 2021 to 2026 https://aisa-net.com/japans-insurance-market-to-grow-by-42-62-billion-from-2021-to-2026/ Sat, 11 Dec 2021 01:05:40 +0000 https://aisa-net.com/japans-insurance-market-to-grow-by-42-62-billion-from-2021-to-2026/

NEW YORK, December 10, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Technavio’s latest offering, Insurance market in Japan The report provides a detailed analysis of the competitive scenario, drivers, challenges, trends and market growth in various regions. Growth in the insurance market share in Japan speak life insurance industry will be important for income generation. The main factor behind the adoption of life insurance in Japan is the low interest rate charged by customers for life insurance.

Attractive Opportunities in Japan Insurance Market by Type and Sales Channel – Forecast and Analysis 2022-2026

The insurance market in Japan should grow by $ 42.62 billion 2021 to 2026. However, the growth momentum is expected to slow down to a 2.42% CAGR according to the latest Technavio report.

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Market dynamics

The market is influenced by factors such as the growing geriatric population in Japan, fear of natural disasters and the emphasis on short-term insurance. However, the vulnerability to cybercrime hinders market growth. Holistic analysis of drivers and challenges will help infer end goals and refine marketing strategies to gain competitive advantage. The Insurance Market Analysis Report Japan Also provides detailed information on other upcoming trends which will have a huge effect on the growth of the market

Company Profiles

The insurance market in Japan is fragmented and vendors deploy various organic and inorganic growth strategies to compete in the market. Some of the companies covered in this report are Allianz Group, Asahi Mutual Life Insurance Co., Dai-ichi Life Holdings Inc., LIFENET INSURANCE CO., Mitsubishi HC Capital Inc., MS and AD Insurance Group Holdings Inc., Sompo Holdings Inc. ., The Toa Reinsurance Co. Ltd., Tokio Marine Holdings Inc. and Zurich Insurance Co. Ltd., etc.

  • Allianz Group – The company offers a wide range of insurance services through its subsidiary Allianz Life Insurance Japan Ltd.

  • Asahi Mutual Life Insurance Co. – The company offers a wide range of insurance services, including nursing insurance.

  • Dai-ichi Life Holdings Inc. – The company offers a wide range of insurance products including life insurance worldwide.

  • LIFENET INSURANCE CO. – The company offers a wide range of insurance products, including life, medical and disability insurance.

  • Mitsubishi HC Capital Inc – The company offers a wide range of insurance services through its subsidiary Hitachi Capital Insurance Corporation.

The insurance market in Japan The forecast report provides detailed information on the main supplier profiles. The profiles include information on production, sustainability and prospects for major companies.

Competitive analysis

The report includes Competitive Analysis, a proprietary tool to analyze and assess the position of companies based on their Industry Position Score and Market Performance Score. The tool uses various factors to categorize players into four categories. Some of these factors considered for the analysis are financial performance over the past 3 years, growth strategies, innovation score, new product launches, investments, market share growth, etc.

Market segmentation

  • Through Type, the market is classified as life and non-life

  • Through Sales channel, the market is categorized into sales personnel, insurance agencies and others

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Insurance market in Japan

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Details

Page number

120

Year of reference

2021

Forecast period

2022-2026

Growth dynamics and CAGR

Decelerate to 2.42% CAGR

Market growth 2022-2026

$ 42.62 billion

Market structure

Fragmented

Annual growth (%)

2.46

Regional analysis

Japan

Efficient contribution to the market

100% Japan

Competitive landscape

Leading companies, competitive strategies, reach of consumer engagement

Profiled companies

Allianz Group, Asahi Mutual Life Insurance Co., Dai-ichi Life Holdings Inc., LIFENET INSURANCE CO., Mitsubishi HC Capital Inc., MS and AD Insurance Group Holdings Inc., Sompo Holdings Inc., The Toa Reinsurance Co. Ltd. , Tokio Marine Holdings Inc. and Zurich Insurance Co. Ltd.

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