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Japanese machine tool export orders to China fell 44% in March, falling for 13 consecutive months

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Japanese machine tool export orders to China fell 44% in March, falling for 13 consecutive months

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core they have now been completely replaced by numerical controllers and computer software tip: the number of machine tool orders for March released by the Japan Machine Tool Industry Association on Tuesday It is reported that export orders to China decreased by 44% year-on-year to 20.1 billion yen, falling year-on-year for 13 consecutive months. The machine tool order data of March released by the Japan Machine Tool Industry Association on Tuesday showed that the export orders to China decreased by 44% year-on-year to 20.1 billion yen, falling for 13 consecutive months year-on-year

however, the decline narrowed compared with the 50.4% decline in February, and recovered to the 20billion yen mark after eight months. Although concerns about global trade frictions continue, there are views in the industry that demand is gradually bottoming out

in March, the overall order volume of machine tools decreased by 28.5% to 130.6 billion yen, falling year-on-year for six consecutive months. Among them, export orders decreased by 28.5% to 76.7 billion yen

domestic orders in Japan were 53.9 billion yen, down 28.6% year-on-year, but still the third highest level after the Lehman crisis. In terms of domestic demand for machine tools in Japan, the orders from the automobile industry responsible for customers and enterprises were 15.1 billion yen, a sharp decline of 43.2%. It can be seen that with the component manufacturers as the center, they are still cautious about the usual protection of the new composite spring testing machine that can also be considered as fiber reinforced

Masayoshi Amano, the special director of the Japan Machine Tool Industry Association, said at the press conference on April 23 that exports to China began to see signs of bottoming out. After the middle of the year, the Chinese government's economic stimulus measures will begin to take effect and look forward to improving in the future. The order competition focusing on the second half of the fiscal year may become the key

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