Contract assemblers branching out

July 1997
Electronic News;07/07/97, Vol. 43 Issue 2175, p64
Trade Publication
Reports on the trend in the United States electronics contract manufacturing industry toward investment in foreign countries. Growth in foreign investments in Mexico due to its low-cost labor; Continued trend in acquisitions and mergers in 1997.


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