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News from EIPC

- Program Available Now! EIPC Winter Conference Lyon 2018

- 50 Years of Service, a Century of Conferences, a Lifetime of Excellence

News from China

- Schweizer Sets Direction for Further Growth by Investing in China

- Advanced Electronics Needs Met in China

News from France

- Protecno Becomes the First French PCB Manufacturer to Invest in Orbotech's Nuvogo Direct Imaging Solution

News from productronica

- productronica Sets Standards in Electronics Production

News from the UK

- IPC Awards IPC-4101 Qualified Products Listing to Ventec International Group

- iMaps UK Conference

- Microtech 2018

- Advanced Packaging Conference: November 14–15, 2017 in Munich

- ICT Evening Seminar, December 5

- BGA, QFN Fine Pitch Rework Experience Live, November 21

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