The July 2022 issue of PCB007 magazine is now available


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The likelihood of a recession later this year or next seems increasingly certain, but it may not be the massive disruption it is supposed to be. With financial analysts predicting that “the party is over” for PCB manufacturing, now may be the best time to invest.

In the July issue of PCB007 Magazine, we look at the strain on supply chain dynamics and how it’s affecting production across the globe.

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04/19/2021 | Hu Yang, Zhongtai Securities Research Center

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