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Two high-profile pieces of legislation in the United States and Europe seek to encourage semiconductor capacity but leave out the equally important reliance on printed board fabrication and assembly. In this issue, we look at the state of the industry: What is being done about the supply chain? Will governments recognize what’s missing? And can the U.S. ever gain back what it once had?  

For the March 2022 issue of SMT007 Magazine, we asked a variety of contributors to talk about the issues surrounding the legislation and what U.S. manufacturers can do to ensure a secure and stable supply chain.

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