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News from EIPC

- Updated Program EIPC Winter Conference Milan, February 14–15, 2019

Electronics Industry News 

- Smartphone Makers Seek Export Incentives to Grow India Production 

News from Belgium

- Inkjet Solution for PCB Manufacturing Uses Agfa's DiPaMat Ink to Win the 2019 IPC APEX Innovation Award

News from Germany

- Atotech to Present New High-throw Electroless Cu Bath, Through-hole, BMV Filling, Conformal Plating Electrolyte, and Revolutionary Direct Pure EPAG Final Finish at IPC APEX Expo 2019

News from Norway

- Revised Automotive Addendum Moving Away from IPC Class 2

News from the Netherlands

- Adeon and ESI Join Forces for Europe

News from the UK

- IMAPS-UK IOT Workshop, February 7, 2019

News from the USA 

- Isola Announces Mike Rafford, SVP, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary as Arizona Corporate Counsel Award Finalist

News from WECC Members

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