PCB Firms Cautious About 2019 Outlook


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Most Taiwan-based PCB manufacturers are cautious about their business outlook for 2019 and will slow down their capacity expansion projects with reduced capex budgets, according to a Digitimes report.

PCB makers also believe that demand growth is likely to slow down in the coming year due to rising economic uncertainty caused by the ongoing US-China trade spats and the business opportunities that will come along with the 5G technology are yet to be realized.

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