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China and Taiwan seek cooperation in RFID

Dan Nystedt | Dec. 15, 2009
Use of RFID has expanded rapidly in China and Taiwanese companies hope to tap into the market

New projects in the works for RFID include tagging cigarette packs by the tobacco control bureau and for parts inventory in the auto industry, he said. He did not offer an estimate for how much China's RFID market might be worth this year.

RFID revenue globally will likely reach US$5.56 billion [B] industry this year, up from $5.25 billion last year, according to market researcher IDTechEx.

The Taiwan government is playing host to the 2009 RFID Weekin Taipei, while industry groups co-organized the event. Seminars, meetings and a trade show will run all this week.


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