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Statistical data analysis of the Korean machine tool industry in the first three quarters
According to the latest statistics provided by the Korea Machine Tool Manufacturers Association (KOMMA), from January to September 2010, South Korea's cumulative new machine tool orders reached 2,540.112 billion won, an increase of 99.1% over the 1,275.838 billion won in the same period in 2009. Among them, in September 2010, South Korea's new machine tool orders were 253.83 billion won, down 7.04% from the previous month's 273.042 billion won, but up 24.21% from the 204.352 billion won in September 2009. In the past two months, new orders for South Korean machine tools have dropped significantly. Due to the slowdown of the global economic recovery in the future and the increase of uncertain factors, the machine tool industry may not be able to maintain the rapid growth trend in the first half of the year, and the trend throughout the year may show a trend of highs and lows. From January to September, the total value of machine tools produced in South Korea was 1,987.122 billion won, an increase of 64.77% from 1,205.984 billion won in the same period in 2009. Among them, in September 2010, the output value of Korean machine tools was 247.613 billion won, an increase of 14.19% over the previous month's 216.844 billion won, and an increase of 51.95% compared with 162.956 billion won in September 2009. In terms of import and export trade, from January to September, South Korea imported a total of US$1.01 billion worth of machine tools, an increase of 28.34% over the US$787 million in the same period last year. Among them, in September 2010, South Korea imported 124 million US dollars of machine tools, a decrease of 4.26% compared with the previous month's 129 million US dollars, an increase of 25.06% compared with 98.97 million US dollars in September 2009. From January to September, South Korea exported a total of 1.165 billion US dollars of machine tools, an increase of 36.08% over the 856 million US dollars in the same period last year. Among them, in September 2010, South Korea's export of machine tools was 140 million US dollars, an increase of 6.34% over the previous month's 132 million US dollars, but a 13.78% drop from 163 million US dollars in September last year; due to the recent slowdown in European and American economic recovery, Korean machine tools Exports have not yet fully recovered, especially in the past two months, the export value has dropped significantly, and the speed of export recovery is slower than the recovery of domestic demand. At present, China is South Korea's largest machine tool export market. South Korean machine tool manufacturers plan to develop products that meet the needs of Chinese users, thereby expanding their market share in China. From January 2009 to August 2010, it can be seen from the monthly export trend of South Korea's export of metal processing machine tools to China: in July 2009, South Korea's export of metal processing machine tools to China gradually dropped to the lowest point. , and then showed a rebound in volatility, and the import volume in August all rebounded.