I-Connect007 COVID-19 Outbreak Research Survey Results


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Our ongoing survey regarding the effects of the COVID-19 outbreak on the electronics industry has produced some interesting results. The following charts are showing the responses as of today to a few of the questions we are asking.

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I-Connect007 continues to deliver original reporting and coverage of the electronics design, electronics manufacturing, and contract manufacturing industries, including up-to-date information from the companies, associations, and supply chains globally.

Find the latest news and information at www.iconnect007.com, and on our new topic bulletin board, “Industry Leaders Speak Out: Responses to COVID-19 outbreak,” found here.

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