In December 2019, a novel (new) coronavirus (2019-nCoV) outbreak in Wuhan, China. Wuhan, located in central China, is known as the “nine provinces‘ thoroughfare” and has always been a major transportation hub in China. Also, Wuhan is one of the major production bases for automobiles, displays, and semiconductors in China. China also is the world's largest automobile production and display panel production country, with a 27% share in units and a 47% share in terms of capacity, in 2019. As the epidemic heats up, concerns about possible supply-chain disruption crisis are rising. The report is mainly focusing on discussing the possible impacts on the automotive display panel market.
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Principal Analyst, Taiwan Mobile Display & Automotive Display
Stacy is an experienced analyst in Omdia’s display research team, covering small and medium displays. She focuses on automotive displays, smartphone displays, and wearable displays. As a Principal Analyst, she covers small and medium display shipments, supply chain, pricing, and business strategy analysis. She is the lead analyst of the automotive display intelligent service.
Prior to her role, Stacy served as the manager of the market intelligence department of Delta Electronics Group and led the team to provide market insights to the senior management team. She was also a senior analyst responsible for the large area display market at iSuppli. During her tenure, she established a comprehensive industry network and delivered several speeches. She was awarded the iSuppli Idol Award in 2008. She holds a master's degree in international marketing from the University of Strathclyde in the UK and a bachelor's degree in business administration from National Chengchi University in Taiwan.
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