Near-field communication Market is Booming Worldwide | Gemalto, Broadcom, Infineon …

Some are the key players taken under coverage for this study are Gemalto (Netherlands), Broadcom (USA), Infineon Technologies (USA), Inside …

HTF MI released a new market study on Global (United States, European Union and China) Near-field communication (NFC) Market with 100+ market data Tables, Pie Chat, Graphs & Figures spread through Pages and easy to understand detailed analysis. At present, the market is developing its presence. The Research report presents a complete assessment of the Market and contains a future trend, current growth factors, attentive opinions, facts, and industry validated market data. The research study provides estimates for Global (United States, European Union and China) Near-field communication (NFC) Forecast till 2025*. Some are the key players taken under coverage for this study are Gemalto (Netherlands), Broadcom (USA), Infineon Technologies (USA), Inside Secure (France), NXP Semiconductors (Netherlands) & MediaTek (China).

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Following are list of players that are currently profiled in the the report “Gemalto (Netherlands), Broadcom (USA), Infineon Technologies (USA), Inside Secure (France), NXP Semiconductors (Netherlands) & MediaTek (China)”

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To comprehend Global (United States, European Union and China) Near-field communication (NFC) market dynamics in the world mainly, the worldwide Near-field communication (NFC) market is analyzed across major global regions. HTF MI also provides customized specific regional and country-level reports for the following areas.

• North America: United States, Canada, and Mexico.

• South & Central America: Argentina, Chile, and Brazil.

• Middle East & Africa: Saudi Arabia, UAE, Turkey, Egypt and South Africa.

• Europe: UK, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, and Russia.

• Asia-Pacific: India, China, Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, Singapore, and Australia.

2-Page profiles for 10+ leading manufacturers and 10+ leading retailers is included, along with 3 years financial history to illustrate the recent performance of the market. Revised and updated discussion for 2018 of key macro and micro market influences impacting the sector are provided with a thought-provoking qualitative comment on future opportunities and threats. This report combines the best of both statistically relevant quantitative data from the industry, coupled with relevant and insightful qualitative comment and analysis.

Global (United States, European Union and China) Near-field communication (NFC) Product Types In-Depth: , Non-auxiliary products & Auxiliary products

Global (United States, European Union and China) Near-field communication (NFC) Major Applications/End users: Smartphone & Tablets, PCs & Laptops & Others

Geographical Analysis: United States, China, European Union & Rest of World (Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia)

In order to get a deeper view of Market Size, competitive landscape is provided i.e. Revenue (Million USD) by Players (2013-2018), Revenue Market Share (%) by Players (2013-2018) and further a qualitative analysis is made towards market concentration rate, product/service differences, new entrants and the technological trends in future.

Competitive Analysis:

The key players are highly focusing innovation in production technologies to improve efficiency and shelf life. The best long-term growth opportunities for this sector can be captured by ensuring ongoing process improvements and financial flexibility to invest in the optimal strategies. Company profile section of players such as Gemalto (Netherlands), Broadcom (USA), Infineon Technologies (USA), Inside Secure (France), NXP Semiconductors (Netherlands) & MediaTek (China) includes its basic information like legal name, website, headquarters, its market position, historical background and top 5 closest competitors by Market capitalization / revenue along with contact information. Each player/ manufacturer revenue figures, growth rate and gross profit margin is provided in easy to understand tabular format for past 5 years and a separate section on recent development like mergers, acquisition or any new product/service launch etc.

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In this study, the years considered to estimate the market size of Global (United States, European Union and China) Near-field communication (NFC) are as follows:

History Year: 2013-2017

Base Year: 2017

Estimated Year: 2018

Forecast Year 2018 to 2025

Key Stakeholders/Global Reports:

Near-field communication (NFC) Manufacturers

Near-field communication (NFC) Distributors/Traders/Wholesalers

Near-field communication (NFC) Subcomponent Manufacturers

Industry Association

Downstream Vendors

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G7 finance chiefs call for strict regulations on cryptocurrencies

Cryptocurrencies “would in any case need to meet the highest standards of financial regulation … in order to guarantee they do not affect the stability of …

Jiji Press CHANTILLY, France (Jiji Press) — Top finance and monetary officials of the Group of Seven major industrial countries on Thursday called for strict regulations on cryptocurrencies, such as Libra planned by Facebook.

Libra and other digital currencies “raise serious regulatory and systemic concerns,” said a chair’s summary adopted at the two-day meeting of the G7 finance ministers and central bank chiefs in Chantilly, northern France, on Thursday.

Cryptocurrencies “would in any case need to meet the highest standards of financial regulation … in order to guarantee they do not affect the stability of the financial system or consumer protection,” the document said.

Innovation in the financial sector “can bring substantial benefits,” but “can also entail risks,” it said.

The meeting was held to lay the groundwork for a G7 summit in Biarritz, southwestern France, in August.

The top finance officials from Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the United States also decided that a task force comprising officials from the central banks of the seven countries will compile a final report on the issue in October.

Libra is believed to have many problems related to the protection of personal information and the fight against money laundering, sources familiar with the matter said.

“The G7 meeting was meaningful as we agreed on the need for international cooperation” in dealing with Libra, Finance Minister Taro Aso said at a press conference after the meeting.

Private companies should not be allowed to issue their own currencies without democratic control, French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire, who chaired the meeting, said, underscoring the importance of introducing regulations on Libra.

There is a possibility of Libra, which can be remitted on the Internet, having a great presence on par with existing legal currencies if the cryptocurrency is used by over 2 billion Facebook users, pundits said. Facebook plans to launch Libra in 2020.

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The Latest: G-7 countries warn of risks from Facebook Libra

Top finance officials from the Group of Seven rich democracies are warning that cryptocurrencies like Facebook’s Libra should not come into use …

CHANTILLY, France (AP) – The Latest on the G-7 finance ministers’ meeting (all times local):

12:50 p.m.

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says the White House will press ahead with its investigation of France’s digital tax, which is aimed at companies like Google and Amazon, as a possible unfair trade measure that could lead to retaliation.

Mnuchin made the comment at the Group of Seven finance ministers meeting Thursday in Chantilly, France. He said that work would continue on an internationally backed way to make sure tech companies pay their fair share of taxes: “We’re going to run a two-tracked process.”

France’s Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said that France wasn’t yet ready to back off its 3% tax on digital revenues of large Internet-based firms, but could withdraw the national measure if an international solution is finally decided next year.

U.S. trade officials are looking into the tax as a possible discriminatory measure aimed at U.S. companies.

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12:05 p.m.

Top finance officials from the Group of Seven rich democracies are warning that cryptocurrencies like Facebook’s Libra should not come into use before “serious regulatory and systemic concerns” are addressed.

The chairman’s concluding summary from the G-7 meeting in Chantilly, France, on Thursday says the officials “agreed” that so-called stablecoins – cryptocurrencies pegged to real currencies – will have to meet “the highest standards” of financial regulation to prevent money laundering or threats to the stability of the banking and financial system.

The statement says ministers including French host Bruno Le Maire and U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin agreed that those concerns must be addressed “before such projects can be implemented.”

The summary says that the seven countries also expect the outlines of a global agreement on taxing digital business by next January.

It said the agreement would allow companies to be taxed in countries where they have no physical presence, and provide for an arbitration forum.

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11:10 a.m.

Finance ministers from the Group of Seven rich democracies are sounding the alarm on the dangers of cryptocurrencies and pouring cold water on Facebook’s Libra as they wrap up a meeting in Chantilly, France.

Officials from the U.S., France and others have sounded skeptical so far about Libra and cryptocurrencies, which are high on the two-day gathering’s agenda.

Yet the meeting, which will set the stage for a summit of the G-7 heads of state and government in August, is also exposing differences on views on how to tax digital businesses. The U.S. and France in particular are at odds.

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has told his French counterpart, Bruno Le Maire, that the U.S. government objects to Paris’ plans to tax tech giants like Facebook and Google.

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Major economies take dim view of Facebook Libra

CHANTILLY, France (AP) – Finance ministers from the Group of Seven rich democracies are sounding the alarm on the dangers of cryptocurrencies …

By THOMAS ADAMSON

Associated Press

CHANTILLY, France (AP) – Finance chiefs from the Group of Seven rich democracies issued a stark warning on Thursday that cryptocurrencies like Facebook’s Libra should not be allowed before “serious regulatory and systemic concerns” are put in check.

France, which this year chairs the G-7 gatherings on topics ranging from the economy to security, said it is worried that what some call the “future of money” – encrypted digital currency – could spiral out of control.

France’s concluding summary from this week’s meeting said that the finance officials agreed that while cryptocurrencies could help make payments cheaper and more efficient around the world, they could also be used for money laundering and terrorism financing and could even endanger the stability of global currencies.

Host French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire likened the creation of Libra to the development of a whole new state.

“We won’t allow private states to emerge that would have the same privileges of a state but without the controls that go with it,” Le Maire told reporters after the meeting in Chantilly, near Paris.

Facebook has proposed pegging Libra to existing currencies to make it more stable than the likes of Bitcoin and useable as a way to pay for things. Governments around the world are rushing to assess how that would affect or destabilize the economy – if, for instance, the cryptocurrency decides to weigh in favor of the dollar or the euro.

The officials agreed that cryptocurrencies like Libra will have to meet “the highest standards” of financial regulation before they can be implemented.

The statement conceded that there is a need for faster and cheaper international money transfers, and that governments could accelerate “ongoing public and private efforts to upgrade existing payment systems.”

Some, including Germany’s Central Bank President Jens Weidmann, even expressed cautious optimism about digital currencies.

“(It) could be quite attractive for consumers if they keep to what they have promised,” Weidmann told news agency DPA.

Libra has come in for a lot of criticism this week, with U.S. lawmakers this week saying they cannot trust Facebook with a big project like Libra after recent data privacy scandals.

While the officials appeared to be largely on the same page on Libra, they diverged on other topics, such as how to tax companies that do digital business in a country but have no physical presence there.

The U.S. and France in particular are at odds on the issue after Paris said it would put a pioneering 3% tax on tech giants like Facebook and Google.

France’s tech tax, which will soon be signed into law, has provoked a strong rebuke from the White House, which said it could lead to U.S. tariffs on French imports. The French said it will be withdrawn only if a global deal is forged, a diplomatic gamble that aims to obtain leverage with the U.S.

On the orders of U.S. President Donald Trump, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin objected robustly to the plan when he met with Le Maire in Chantilly.

The talks in Chantilly, however, yielded only vague promises.

The G-7 summary said that the countries aim to sketch out the outlines of a global agreement on taxing digital business by next January, and to create an arbitration forum.

Le Maire said the French tech tax will not be withdrawn in the immediate future, and Mnuchin said Trump will continue the investigation into the French.

“The president has instructed us to start a 301 investigation,” Mnuchin said after the meeting, referring to the section of the U.S. Trade Act that allows the U.S. president to retaliate in some cases against a foreign country over trade. It’s the same provision the Trump administration used last year to probe China’s technology policies, leading to tariffs on $250 billion worth of Chinese imports.

Le Maire said the current agreement needed to result in a final decision before France could withdraw its tax.

Yet he remained upbeat, maintaining that the process was moving “in the right direction,” and that the main goal of the G-7’s European members of France, Britain, Germany and Italy had been achieved: For the U.S. to accept language that new tax rules need developing for “highly digitalized business models.”

The G-7 finance meeting, which also includes Canada and Japan, will set the stage for a summit of the countries’ heads of state and government in August.

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David McHugh in Frankfurt, Germany, contributed to this report.

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France poised to approve first batch of crypto companies under new policy this month

France is set to approve the first batch of initial coin offering (ICO) operators and other crypto businesses under its new policy, which is slated to be …

France is set to approve the first batch of initial coin offering (ICO) operators and other crypto businesses under its new policy, which is slated to be implemented later this month.

According to Reuters, the Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF) is in talks with “three or four candidates” for potential ICOs as well as several other cryptocurrency exchanges, custodians, and fund managers.

France is a precursor,” Anne Marechal, AMF Executive Director for Legal Affairs, said. “We will have a legal, tax and regulatory framework.

The country’s current laws require exchanges and custodians to register with the AMF and secure a certification from the French watchdog.

Currently, cryptocurrencies are facing global scrutiny after Facebook announced its forthcoming project Libra. Policymakers, financial watchdogs, and even crypto-related companies and industry associations now seek legal clarity for the little-regulated sector.

France also reportedly flexed its position in the Group of 7 economic powers to organize a task force to determine how central banks will regulate cryptocurrencies like Libra.

Just recently, European Central Bank (ECB) executive Benoit Coeure urged financial regulators to “move more quickly” to prepare for the upcoming Libra, describing the development of financial services and asset in a regulator void as “too dangerous.”

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