Japan has been trying to overcome
the crisis after being pushed
by Korea in many industries.
The representative industry is semiconductor
In the 1980s, Japan occupied nearly
80% of the world market share
Most of the world semiconductor
market was occupied by Japanese companies.
However, the US semiconductor agreement
in 1986 caused the semiconductor
to collapse slowly.
It started, and from the late 1990s,
it was pushed by Korea and Taiwan.
However, the bigger mistake
in Japan was to merge between
the fallen companies and try to catch Korea.
In 2009, it made a business proposal
with tmc in Taiwan and received
public funds of 130 billion yen from
the Japanese government,
but it was the largest ever
with a total debt of 6,200 billion won.
The bankruptcy of the scale led
to the acquisition of Micron in the US in 2012.
There are a few more cases
where Japanese companies that have
fallen apart have been merged, but there is
Japan Marine United, which was born through
the merger in 2012, saying it
will catch up with Korean shipbuilding.
However, as Korea lags behind
in technology, it is at the top of Sanbuk-ri this year.
It is reported that
the Japanese shipyard of the merger
with Imabal will be officially launched.
Shows Japan’s willingness to
surpass Korea by promoting the merger
of working shipyards at the same time
that Hyundai Heavy Industries and Daewoo
Shipbuilding and Marine Corps oppose
illness and file a complaint against wto.
There is a Japan display made by Sony
and others incorporating the liquid crystal business.
The company received an investment of
about $2.5 billion from Apple,
but as an oled panel,
As the whole trend shifts, we are walking
on the road to decline, and even more,
Apple believed it oled all the iPhone
models that will be released
in the second half.
While Samsung Display, which accounts
for 90% of the world market share,
is benefiting from the decision to mount
the Japanese display industry,
the Japanese display industry
will have no holes to break up.
In this way, the Japanese semiconductor
and shipbuilding business are on the path
of collapse due to Japanese oversight.