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奈米技術的最新趨勢:以增加奈米技術產品的收益為目標,各企業的支出擴大

Nanotechnology Update: Corporations Up Their Spending as Revenues for Nano-enabled Products Increase

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奈米技術的最新趨勢:以增加奈米技術產品的收益為目標,各企業的支出擴大 Nanotechnology Update: Corporations Up Their Spending as Revenues for Nano-enabled Products Increase
出版日期: 2014年02月17日 內容資訊: 英文 16 Pages
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2012年,全球各國的政府機關和民營企業,投資者(創業基金)投資奈米技術185億美元資金。與2010年比較增加8%,尤其民營企業的投資額增加了21%。各國中,美國為21億美元保持最大的投資國地位。而且美國企業的40億美元投資總額,遙遙領先第二名的日本企業。奈米技術產品收益也擴大,2010年為3390億美元,2012年增加到7310億美元。預計今後奈米技術產品、半成品、材料的市場規模也將持續擴大,2018年達到4兆4000億美元。

本報告提供全球的奈米技術技術市場上最新的投資趨勢與今後的市場預測相關分析,並將結果概述為以下內容。

摘要整理

奈米技術技術的最新趨勢

  • 各企業再次,注入超越政府、投資者的資金,由收益的擴大謀求投資的回收

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Governments, corporations, and private investors (venture capitalists) invested $18.5 billion in nanotechnology in 2012, increasing their spending 8% relative to 2010. The U.S. contributed 36% of this amount. Corporations expanded spending by 21% over 201o, while governments and private investors reduced their investments by 5% and 10% respectively. The United States maintained its lead over all other governments, with $2.1 billion of federal and state funding in 2012. U.S. corporations also led global spending on nanotechnology research and development, investing $4 billion in 2012, which was approximately $1 billion more than the next country, Japan. The revenue from nano-enabled products has continued to grow, from $339 billion in 2010 to $731 billion in 2012. This total is a slight decrease in our estimate relative to our last update on nano-enabled product revenues released in 2009. Our expanded forecast for nano-enabled products reveals the global value of nano-enabled products, nano-intermediates, and nanomaterials reaching $4.4 trillion by 2018.

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

NANOTECHNOLOGY UPDATE

Once again, corporations funnel more money into nanotechnology than governments and investors, and it pays off in increased revenues.

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