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News from EIPC

- Updated Programme – 3rd Workshop on PCB Bio-MEMs, June 12, 2019

- EIPC PCB Pavilion – What's New in Electronics, September 18–19, 2019

- Limited seats available – EIPC Summer Conference Leoben, June 13–14, 2019

News from Germany 

- Atotech to Present Semiconductor Advanced Packaging Solutions and Innovations at ECTC Conference in Las Vegas

Electronics Industry News

- US Reveals Tariffs on $300bn of Chinese Goods, Including Phones

News from the USA

- Zuken joins the UCLA CHIPS consortium

News from the UK

- WNIE Live 2019

- ICT Annual Symposium, 4 June 2019

- The Semiconductor Packaging Workshop, 6 June 2019

News from WECC Members 

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