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News from Germany

- New Headlamp Dimension: Liquid Crystal HD Technology Enables Fully Adaptive Light Distribution in Real Time

- News from FED

- Smart Systems Integration 2018

- April Marks Further Growth for German PCB Manufacturers

Printed Electronics News

- Radio station Chairman becomes SIR Rex (almost)

- Semiconductor Industry News

- Samsung will Open Manufacturing Plant in the USA

- $6,000 of Electronics in Car by 2022

News from WECC Members

- IPC

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