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- compound annual growth rate
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United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Washington DC.www. nps.gov/cagr/adhi/adhi. htm
China's steel industry is growing at a cagr of 18%, and is continued to grow as a result of huge government investments in infrastructure spending.
While the CM industry will have a 28% cagr for the next several years, there is huge potential for growth for years after that.
Proof: Electronics contract manufacturing is forecast to grow from $78 billion in 1999 to $260 billion in 2004, a 28% compound annual growth rate (cagr), according to market researcher Technology Forecasters.
During the same time, the electronics industry is expected to have a cagr of about only 8%.
"It has a compound annual growth rate (cagr) of 34% though 2006.
EMS is second at 16% and distribution's cagr is 13%, "he says.