Japan PCB Industry Output Value Drops in 1H19


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The output value of Japan's PCB industry dropped 6.9% from a year earlier to JPY219.79 billion ($2.06 billion) in the first half of 2019, with that of the flexible PCB sector experiencing the largest 28.7% on-year fall, according to data compiled by the Japan Electronics Packaging Circuits Association (JPCA).

Japan's PCB industry also posted a 12% on-year decline in unit production in the first half of 2019, with the FPCB segment plunging 30.6% in unit production during the same period, said JPCA.

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