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As the world continues to deal with COVID-19, economies are moving into recession, under multiple adverse factors, the GDP of European and American countries in the second quarter suffered a historical contraction. At an annualized rate, the US GDP fell by 32.9% month on month, while the overall GDP of the euro zone fell by 12.1%.
Moreover, the economic prospects of Europe and the United States in the third quarter under the epidemic situation are hardly optimistic. The resumption of work and production not only brought economic data back, but also triggered a rebound in the epidemic situation. At present, the United States is still the 'epicenter' of the global epidemic. The total number of confirmed cases has exceeded 4.8 million, and the epidemic situation in some European countries has also rebounded. Affected by this, more than 20 states in the United States have announced the suspension or withdrawal of part of the economic restart plan. Britain and Italy have also decided to extend the state of emergency. The rebound of the epidemic situation has posed considerable risks to the economic prospects of Europe and the United States.
In the second quarter of this year, US GDP shrank by 9.5% on a month on month basis, or 32.9% at an annual rate, the largest decline since the 1940s. Data show that the sharp decline in personal consumption is the main drag on the U.S. GDP growth in the second quarter.
Compared with the United States, Europe's economic contraction in the second quarter was smaller, but it was also the lowest on record, with Germany and France contracting more than 10%. According to the data released by the Federal Bureau of statistics, Germany's GDP fell by 10.1% in the second quarter after adjusting for prices, seasons and working days, the largest decline since the quarterly economic data were available in 1970.
Thanks to the effective control and policy support of the new epidemic, China's economy rebounded sharply in the second quarter. The growth rate of manufacturing industry, which accounted for about 28% of GDP, rebounded sharply to 4.4% from the negative value in the first quarter. Chinese original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and suppliers are ramping up production. And there are increased investments in digital footprints in manufacturing. OEMs in other parts of the world are offering incentives to drive sales. XYZResearch published a report for global Virtual Machines market in this environment.
In terms of revenue, this research report indicated that the global Virtual Machines market was valued at USD XXX million in 2019, and it is expected to reach a value of USD XXX million by 2026, at a CAGR of XX % over the forecast period 2021-2026. Correspondingly, the forecast analysis of Virtual Machines industry comprises of China, USA, Japan, India, Korea and South America, with the production and revenue data in each of the sub-segments.
The ????Microsoft Corporation aims at producing XX Virtual Machines in 2020, with XX % production to take place in global market, ????Oracle Corporation accounts for a volume share of XX %.
Regional Segmentation (Value; Revenue, USD Million, 2015 - 2026) of Virtual Machines Market by XYZResearch Include
- Southeast Asia
- South America
Competitive Analysis; Who are the Major Players in Virtual Machines Market?
- Microsoft Corporation
- Oracle Corporation
- Hewlett-Packard Company
- Citrix Systems
- International Business Machines Corporation
- Parallels IP Holdings
- Huawei Technologies
- Red Hat
Major Type of Virtual Machines Covered in XYZResearch report:
- System Virtual Machines
- Process Virtual Machines
Application Segments Covered in XYZResearch Market
- Small Scale Enterprises
- Medium Scale Enterprises
- Large Scale Enterprises
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