DC Door Magnetic Switch
Normally close DC Door Magnetic Switch uses the top 3 brands of Reed switch in the world as its key core. This model MC1101 is our hot model with metal housing case and Epoxy potting. Copper, Zinc, Nickel material etc can be optional for the housing case. Other materials and design are welcome...
DC Door Magnetic Switch
Normally close DC Door Magnetic Switch uses the top 3 brands of Reed switch in the world as its key core. This model MC1101 is our hot model with metal housing case and Epoxy potting. Copper, Zinc, Nickel material etc can be optional for the housing case. Other materials and design are welcome to talk.
We locate in Shenzhen city China, solid factory, brand name is CiAn. We are flexible with OEM and ODM service. In China domestic markets, CiAn factory produces all kinds of Magnetic Switch with different requirements and different pricing.
This website page is introducing our hot model Normally close DC Door Magnetic Switch MC1101.
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India has a land area of 3.3 million square kilometers, ranking seventh in the world and a population of 1.073 billion, ranking second in the world. The official languages are English and Hindi. The main religions are Hinduism, Islam, Buddhism and Sikhism, and the currency is Rs. Approximate value 5.26 rupees). Since the 1990s, India’s economy has grown rapidly and has entered the top 10 industrial countries in the world.
The Indian economy is at its best since the founding of the country
The Indian economy has developed rapidly in recent years and reached 9.4% in the fiscal year 2006-2007. This is the highest annual growth rate since the implementation of economic reforms in 1991. Since the 2007-2008 fiscal year, although India’s rupee has appreciated and prices have risen, India’s economic growth rate has slowed compared to the previous year, but it is still operating at a high speed, according to Indian official statistics, by March 2008. 31 At the end of Japan's fiscal year, the growth rate reached 8.5%. Regarding the economic situation in India in 2008, all walks of life in India are optimistic. Motech, vice chairman of India’s Planning Commission, has expressed with optimism that India’s economic growth rate will reach 9% in the next financial year. The Indian economy will steadily advance at the same pace every year for the next five years.
Since India introduced economic reforms in the 1990s, successive governments in India have made economic development a top priority. The Congress Party government that came to power in May 2004 is more like an "economic team." Singh is hailed as "the father of Indian economic reform." The Singh government has set annual development targets of 7% to 8% of economic growth, proposed the ambitious goal of eliminating the fiscal deficit in 2008, and formulated a series of new measures to promote investment, expand employment, and increase the transparency of economic mechanisms, effectively Combine market reforms with the resolution of poverty.
With the government’s efforts, the Indian economy has continued to receive “good news,” and a string of economic growth figures has made Indians excited. At present, India’s foreign exchange reserves have exceeded US$120 billion; the stock market index has exceeded 6300 points, setting a new record; financial, insurance, real estate, and trade services sectors have grown by 7%; community, social, and personal services sectors have grown by 9.3%; and mobile phone users have been An increase of 2.2 million; India’s national road network with a total length of 34,000 km has accelerated its expansion and reconstruction plans, and so on. In the financial sector, India ranks as the most attractive investment destination in the world, rising from 15th place to 2nd place two years ago. Banks in Australia, the UK, Malaysia, South Korea and other countries are optimistic about the development opportunities in India. , ready to apply for opening a branch in India. This contrasts with the fact that many foreign banks have closed their doors in India two years ago. Some European and American media even issued the praise of "India will become the third largest economy in the world after the United States and China in 2040." “India shines” is often filled with India’s major newspapers, television, and became the mantra of many Indian officials.
In 2007, the Indian stock market surnamed "Bull" went all the way up and broke through 20,000 points at the end of the year. In 2008, the Indian stock market will continue to rise, because domestic and international capital are generally optimistic about the Indian economic outlook. Indian financial media is also generally optimistic about the economic trend of India in the coming year. Most of them think that although India’s economic growth momentum has weakened, it is still one of the fastest growing countries in the world, and it is more continuous and stable.
In 2008, the Indian government will make great efforts to improve infrastructure, and at the same time vigorously develop the manufacturing industry and strive to become a manufacturing power, in order to solve the increasingly serious employment problem. However, due to the limited government investment, the Indian government will step up efforts to eliminate obstacles to the introduction of foreign investment. The Indian government stated that the foreign capital it attracted in 2008 may double compared to 2007, reaching US$30 billion.