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Comparative analysis of Korea’s trade in ceramic industry and its policy implications

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Comparative Analysis of Korea’s Trade in Ceramic Industry and Its Policy Implications
ceramic material is non-organic, non-metallic, and solid material in which metal or non-metal atoms are bonded to each other with ions or covalent bonding. These ceramic materials are well known as household goods such as tiles, cement, glass and refractory products, which are conventional ceramic materials. In recent years, however, the importance of the industrial use of advanced ceramics materials has been increasing due to the outstanding physical properties of ceramic materials, which are difficult to obtain from metal and organic materials, that is, excellent heat resistance, abrasion resistance, chemical resistance and electric and electronic properties. Many materials composed of silicon dioxide have been studied and utilized as core materials that serve as transparent electrodes in the fabrication of LED-based displays. Lead-titanic acid-zirconium (commonly referred to as PZT) is from demand industries and policy-makers. The demand industries of ceramic material are shifting from conventional sector to the future convergence industry such as electronics, energy and bio. In conclusion, ceramic is a material sector with high importance as an advanced and core material industry supporting the industries of future growth engine.
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The Korea Institute of Industrial Economics


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Title Comparative analysis of Korea’s trade in ceramic industry and its policy implications
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Author(English)

Kang, Minsung

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[Sejong, South Korea] : Korea Institute for Industrial Economics and Trade

Date 2016-12
Series Title; No KIET Industrial Economic Review / vol. 21(no. 6)
Pages 13
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Original Format pdf
Subject Economy < Trade
Industry and Technology < General
Holding Korea Institute for Industrial Economics and Trade
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The etymology of ceramics is “burnt earth” and ceramic material is known as one of the three major materials together with metal and organic material (chemical material). The ceramic material is non-organic, non-metallic, and solid material in which metal or non-metal atoms are bonded to each other with ions or covalent bonding. These ceramic materials are well known as household goods such as tiles, cement, glass and refractory products, which are conventional ceramic materials. In recent years, however, the importance of the industrial use of advanced ceramics materials has been increasing due to the outstanding physical properties of ceramic materials, which are difficult to obtain from metal and organic materials, that is, excellent heat resistance, abrasion resistance, chemical resistance and electric and electronic properties. Many materials composed of silicon dioxide have been studied and utilized as core materials that serve as transparent electrodes in the fabrication of LED-based displays. (The rest omitted)