IPC Commends U.S. Senate on Passage of Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill


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IPC issued the following statement from President and CEO John Mitchell on the expected passage of the bipartisan infrastructure bill in the U.S. Senate:

“Electronics manufacturers welcome the prospect of historic infrastructure investments in America’s roads, ports, electric grids, and digital networks. Our members’ supply chains depend on modern, resilient infrastructure; and in today’s high-tech world, America’s infrastructure depends on cutting-edge, reliable electronics. We also appreciate the inclusion of smart manufacturing investments. This bipartisan infrastructure bill will help drive growth in the overall economic recovery, including the electronics industry.    

“We commend the tireless efforts of Senators Rob Portman and Kyrsten Sinema, along with the bipartisan Group of 22, who labored arduously to produce this compromise.” 

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