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100 PCB007 MAGAZINE I MAY 2022 There are three questions to ask to understand the Law of Priorities that must be embraced during the jour- ney to become a great leader: What is required that only I can do? What gives the greatest return? What brings the greatest reward? Let's dig in and discover how to embrace these principles in your leadership. Nolan Johnson speaks with Will Marsh, vice president of TTM Technologies and president of the Printed Circuit Board Association of America, about the work the PCBAA has been doing in Washington, D.C., to get the industry better recognized by the country's decision-makers. Marsh is optimistic, not only about the companies and individuals joining the effort, but in the recognition by Capitol Hill to secure the nation's defense systems. While there are many Chinese companies now selling in the United States, I wanted to find one in Taiwan that is penetrating the U.S. market. I was delighted to come across EISO Enterprise Co. Ltd., a printed circuit board fabricator located in Taiwan. I know that the American companies are usually looking for PCB global partners in countries other than China, which made my con- versation with Gary (Jung Kun) Chien more inter- esting, especially when he shared his thoughts on the U.S-China trade wars. Measuring Multiple Lamination Reliability for Low-loss Materials Taiwan Union Technology Corporation (TUC) provides copper-clad laminates and dielectric resin composites used to manufacture printed circuit boards. The enthalpy of these resin composites meets and exceeds customers' objectives and shows the deterioration of the resin's physical properties as a result of multiple lamination cycles (up to 10X). The Right Approach: The Law of Priorities Uncovering the Electronics Ecosystem Catching up With EISO Enterprises' President Gary Chien TOP TEN EDITOR'S PICKS

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