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Electronics Industry News

- 5 Popular Misconceptions About AI

News from France

- ADEX Selects Aegis Software's FactoryLogix MES Platform

News from Germany

- Schweizer Electronic AG: Preliminary Group Figures for H1 2018

- Schmid's New Etching Options Convince One of the World's Leading PCB Manufacturers

News from Israel

- Arieh Reichart Appointed to Board of Directors of PCB Technologies

News from Italy

- Seica Publishes Video About New DRAGONFLY Next > Series

News from Norway

- Elmatica Takes a Hard Line with Software

News from Taiwan

- Ventec International Group Appoints Jason Chung as CEO

News from the UK

- Important News Regarding the Candidate List of SVHCS

News from WECC Members

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