n. 白色家电; 大件家用电器
large pieces of electrical equipment in the house, such as washing machines , etc.
People in business sometimes refer to fridges, washing machines, and other large pieces of electrical household equipment as white goods .
It's therefore no wonder why German cars, white goods, electronics and machinery dominate the eurozone.
A bride's parents often buy a whole set of white goods as a dowry.
Rural people have been offered subsidies to buy "white goods", and taxes on small cars have been cut.
In the house of the future, where home automation will control and manage many white goods, i'mWatch will be able to integrate perfectly.
Production of steel, demand for chemicals and purchases of white goods have stalled.
That could hamper attempts to cut costs where the two companies overlap, such as in white goods, consumer electronics and semiconductors.
Housing accounts for only 3.4 per cent of GDP, but there will be knock-on effects on suppliers of building materials, white goods and furnishings until the mess is sorted out.
As well as making products judged to be speciality in grade since they have unusual properties and are hard to manufacture, SSAB also makes materials that are more towards the commodity end of the steel spectrum, such as hot-rolled materials used in general engineering or white goods.
White goods or clothing made with linen cloth. a linen tape used for trimming.
The changing dynamics are illustrated by events in the white goods and automotive sectors.
Retail spending has also been boosted by one-off subsidies Wuhan is one of several cities offering incentives to buy white goods and sales growth could yet taper off when these benefits are withdrawn.
The unsold mountains of electronics and white goods are also looking Himalayan in scale.
Only the elite, flush with oil money, could afford the white goods and Japanese sound-systems.
The same as fluctuations experienced by white goods producers.
Experts believe Chinese mobile handset makers might follow in the white goods companies 'footprints as the industry has become equally competitive.
That programme has already boosted revenues and earnings for many white goods and consumer electronics makers.
Chinese makers of white goods and consumer electronics have been able to compete not only on price but also on quality with rivals in Korea and Japan.
Rural Chinese remain frugal when it comes to spending on items from white goods to cars, because they are focused on providing their own safety net for health costs and retirement, the survey found.
This has resulted in slower growth in industrial output, as well as weaker consumer purchases of cars and white goods.
Over the past fortnight it has reduced the amount of cash banks must hold as reserves. It also unveiled subsidies for the purchase of energy-saving white goods.
Domestic production and consumption of diesel, thermal coal, steel, plastics, chemicals and white goods had all returned to, if not surpassed, the peak levels of the boom times of early 2008 by June this year.
After such heavy destocking, even a slight rebound in demand for cars and white goods could boost demand for steel substantially later this quarter.
Generous incentives aimed at getting consumers to buy white goods are about to run out.
I feel that unlike some other products, competition in the white goods sector is no longer driven by technological revolutions.
Most analysts expect retail sales growth to moderate in the coming months, dragged down by falling incomes and a diminishing impact from government incentive programmes, such as subsidies and tax breaks for car and white goods purchases.
Analysts point out that apparent consumption of steel year-on-year in June was negative, in spite of the fact that end-user industries car manufacturing and white goods, for example rose at double-digit rates during the same period.
Demand for steel, cement and other basic materials used in construction has dropped sharply, as have sales of white goods.
Inverter control has been used in a wide range of applications including white goods and industrial equipment.
drygoods for household use that are typically made of white cloth
Synonym: household linen
large electrical home appliances (refrigerators or washing machines etc.) that are typically finished in white enamel
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