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News from EIPC

- Call for Papers for Summer Conference Leoben, June 13–14, 2019

Electronics Industry News 

- Man vs. Machine: China’s Workforce Starting to Feel the Strain from Threat of Robotic Automation—Quantum Computers on the Horizon

News from Germany

- SMTconnect 2019 Focuses on Numerous Innovations and Proven Formats

News from India

- U.S.-China Trade War Could Benefit India

- Revised Automotive Addendum moving away from IPC Class 2

News from the UK

- Power in Packaging, MicroTech2019 

News from WECC Members

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