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News from the EIPC

- New IEC Standards

News from Germany

- SMT Hybrid Packaging 2016: Call for Tutorials open 

- Schweizer Electronic boosts sales by 8.3% in 1H 2015

News from the UK

- ICT Evening Seminar, 22 September 2015

Printed Electronics News

- New battlegrounds emerge for conductive inks & pastes

- PCB prototyping evolves with a new wave of electronic printers 

News from WECC Members

- News from IPC

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